Dang, whatever this dude has got, he needs to bottle it and sell it.
Anywho … to all you women trying to have a personal meet and greet with Marvin Sapp by showing up at his home, the gospel entertainer and pastor has a message for you: Don’t do it.
Sapp hammered his point in on Tuesday when he took to Facebook to urge his 2.2 million followers to give him space and respect his privacy.
According to reports, many of the his followers are women. Apparently, the tipping point came when Sapp was forced to call the authorities on a woman who arrived at his home at 7:30am Tuesday morning.
The following is Sapp’s Facebook posting:
The incident with the woman is the latest happening involving Sapp’s relationship with obsessed fans. Earlier this year, the “Never Could Have Made It” vocalist took out a restraining order against Teleka Patrick in Michigan. Patrick reportedly moved to Michigan to be closer to Sapp while finishing her medical residency.
Patrick, who claimed to be Sapp’s wife, suffered a mental illness and ultimately was found dead in Lake Charles after she went missing.
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