Gospel Singer Deitrick Haddon Remakes Usher’s ‘Climax Song’ But Can Redo a Sex Song?
Now, this is why we don’t support the gospel music industry today. We have newly announced divorced Deitrick Haddon coming out with a song that should remake or reform Usher’s ‘Climax’ song.
Here’s are some of the lyrics he’s using in his version:
‘Going nowhere fast, we’ve reached the climax… We’re together Lord we are one…In your presence refuse to run…Away from this holy place…Lord in your presence there is so much love…Won’t go back its too late to reach the climax…’
Anyway, we are not sure what anyone can get out of that with Usher’s seductive music going in the background.
Here’s the video below:
These are the questions we have for Deitrick Haddon:
- How can you tackle a song meant to be seductive?
- Why does it sound exactly like Usher’s song?
- Why must you imitate the secular artists instead of setting yourself apart as the bible states?
These are the type of things some gospel artists do not consider when they are under a music contract or trying to make in the industry. What ever happened to singing for Jesus without trying to conform to the world to get people’s approval? Why must gospel artists continue to reprobate themselves into hell for a few dollars?
We can’t stop preaching the truth and anyone who does this should be ashamed of themselves and need to get down on their knees and repent.
May God help us and bring down your wrath if you must.