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Pastor Jamal Bryant Apologizes For Firing Shots At Kevin Samuels



Pastor Jamal Bryant Apologizes For Firing Shots At Kevin Samuels

Pastor Jamal Issues Apology To Kevin Samuels’ Friends & Family

Popular Atlanta pastor, Jamal Bryant, made headlines last week after taking shots at the recently deceased Kevin Samuels for having a GoFundMe set up for his funeral.

In the sermon, Jamal bashed Kevin for his harsh tone towards Black woman. And he suggested that Kevin who considered himself a “high value man”, may have needed a GoFundMe for his funeral.

Following the backlash that the Pastor received from folks online, he has now issued an apology to Kevin Samuels friends and family.

“Take a moment last week while we were in worship, I made a reference to the deceased public critic and public intellectual about relationships, Brother Samuels. As a consequence later information I came forth that what it is that I said was incorrect,” he said.

“This place is a place of truth. Everything that I say from this place must be a place of truth as it represents the Gospel of God. I don’t care whether you are a pastor, a Bishop, or a postman. When you are wrong, you have to own when you are wrong and so not in a quiet place, but from the same pulpit in which I said it, I wanted to address it. Everybody wants to be an adult until it’s time to apologize. I am a fan.”

Pastor Jamal also shared a clip of the sermon and captioned it; “Benjamin Franklin once said, “the best way to mess up an apology is to add an excuse.” I extend my deepest condolences and apologies to #kevinsamuels family and friends.”

He continued, “Thank you to all who purposed to keep me accountable. We grow from mistakes and birth maturity. Humility will always defeat arrogance . We grow as we go!”


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