Gospel vocalist Kim Burrell says she makes “no reasons or statements of regret” for a sermon at a Houston church where she mentioned that all gays and lesbians are perverted.
A tape of Burrell preaching at the Love and Liberty Fellowship Church started coursing on the web. She said that “the debased gay person soul, and the soul of fancy and disarray, it has hoodwinked numerous men and ladies.” She called some particular gay actions as perverted.
In the mean time, Burrell is planned to sing a two part harmony with Pharrell next Thursday on “Ellen,” a talk show where Ellen DeGeneres is the host and one of show business most unmistakable lesbians. They should sing “I See Victory” from the soundtrack of the new film “Hidden Figures.”
There was no quick response from DeGeneres’ show or her online networking stage on Saturday.
Pharrell posted on Instagram that “I denounce loathe discourse of any sort,” in spite of the fact that he made no particular reference to his singing partner.
It wasn’t promptly clear when Burrell gave the sermon. She talked on Facebook Live Friday about the tape that had circled, alluding to unspecified “adversaries” for spreading just a bit of her discourse.
She said that she has never victimized gays and lesbians. “I adore you and God cherishes you,” she said. “In any case, God hates the sin.”