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Pastor Jamal Bryant Redirects Kanye West’s Donation Over Trump Support



Pastor Jamal Bryant redirects Kanye West's donation over Trump support

Pastor Jamal Bryant Of ‘New Birth’ Redirects Kanye West’s Donation Over Support For Trump

Kanye West is well known for his strong support for President Donald Trump apart from his music. He’s doubled down his support on several occasions.

Ye has also been spreading the gospel with his weekly Sunday Service holding across the country.

On September 15th, Kanye surprisingly moved his Sunday Service to New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Atlanta.

Pastor Jamal Bryant recently addressed his congregation online and at his church informing them that the ‘Jesus Is King’ rapper gave them a significant donation.

Bryant acknowledges that it was West who reached out to him to bring his “Sunday Service” to New Birth and says he thought it was “an amazing opportunity… and amazing door for us to do evangelist work from the inside out”.



And after getting the donation, Bryant said he consulted with his team and decided they didn’t want to keep the money because of Kanye West’s open support for President Donald Trump.

“To say that you unashamedly support Donald Trump…he called the mother continent of Africa a collection of s-hole nations. Smacking the entire diaspora in the year of the anniversary of the year of the return…I don’t align with the statements of Kanye West,” Pastor Jamal said.

“I don’t endorse it, nor do I subscribe to it. And I am not a runaway slave. To that end, Mr. west made a significant donation to New Birth Cathedral.”

“But I do not want to be guilty of double speech. I met with my team today and the donation that he made to our church, I am now redirecting. I’m going to be giving that donation he gave to Morris Brown College,” he added.

Kanye’s mother, the late Dr. Donda West, was a professor at Morris Brown, so Bryant stated he plans on using the rapper’s donation as a scholarship. In addition to his video clip, Bryant announced his plans to his megachurch during their Sunday service.

“I know what Donda West represented while at Morris Brown and her mind for African American literature was to empower, equip and engage students to be something radical that could change community and change society.”

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