Preachers Of LA Star Dietrick Haddon Calls Out T.D. Jakes, The Bishop...

Preachers Of LA Star Dietrick Haddon Calls Out T.D. Jakes, The Bishop Puts Him In His Place (CLICK)

By All Christian News on December 26, 2014
Bishop T.D. Jakes

Deitrick Haddon is one of the stars in Oxygen’s reality TV show “Preachers of L.A.”, and you will always hear him talk about how other bishops, pastors, preachers, and ministers open up their doors. In an interview, he said that the show is successful, but is controversial because the preachers, who are a part of this show, do not hide things. He said, “People wanted to know about preachers.

He also challenged some of the famous pastors and said, “Open up your doors, Bishop Jakes! Open up your doors, Creflo Dollar! Open up your doors, Bishop Morton!” Haddon also said, “If y’all real people, you want people to hear you preaching and talking every Sunday, they have the right to know the real you. Because I don’t want nobody preaching to me that I really don’t know.

Deitrick-Haddon- Xclusive Images
Deitrick-Haddon- Xclusive Images

He further said, “This show kind of gives you the truth about who these guys are. I’m not saying you are going to get two worlds because it should be consistent with what you are preaching about, but I think the issue here has been (that pastors feel) we’re not supposed to show people our humanity, we’re just supposed to show people Jesus.

Meanwhile, Bishop T.D. Jakes expressed his views about why he does not care to be a part of this show. He said, “I’m a little bit busy; I’m doing movies, I’m doing television, I’ve done talk shows. I’ve pastored to 30,000 people. I think my plate is full.

Bishop Jakes made it clear to the members of his congregation that their financial contributions are not being used for his personal use, and that he has always had his own money. He said,

Now, I know you’ve been watching that junk on TV. I want to tell you right now, not one dime of what you’re sowing right now will buy my suit. I want you to know my car is paid for. I want you to know I got my house on my own. I want you to know I’m not bling-blinging. I am not shake ‘n bake. I had money when I came to Dallas and I plan to have some when I leave.

Bishop Jakes went on to severely criticized the ones who made people believe that their money was going to preachers’ personal accounts, and said,

“You did not buy what I got. I had it when I came here. You know I had it when I came here. The devil is a lie. I have sold enough books and produced enough movies. I don’t need your offering to pay for this little slimy suit. So I rebuke that spirit in the name of Jesus Christ.”

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