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Gospel Singer Isaac Carree’s New Single “Clean This House” Scrutinized by Deitrick Haddon’s Scandal

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Gospel Singer Isaac Carree’s New Single “Clean This House” Scrutinized by Deitrick Haddon’s Scandal

We can probably put any amount of money on this one. We bet Isaac Carree never thought his new single that he’s promoting around the world right now would be tagged along with a sex scandal singer and preacher Deitrick Haddon says he caused break up his marriage. Well, it is. We have to admit we really don’t follow a lot of these new age gospel singers, but for this purpose we will analyze the accusations at hand and the song Haddon says Carree should be doing: “cleaning house” and coming clean.

Here’s what Haddon stated not so eloquently on his Facebook page just this week about this scandal attached to his now ended marriage with Damita Haddon:

However, I do expect Isaac Carree to stand up and be man enough to own his mistakes & give his fans the truth they deserve to know. I appreciate your new song ‘Clean this house”, you know I’ve always been a fan of yours since day one & I’ve never done anything to hurt you but you left one sin out of your song that would have set the record straight & solidified my healing process & that is adultery!… Let’s come clean in 2013. I forgive you & I love you bro but it’s time to be real.

Haddon accused Carree of not only having an affair with his now ex-wife Damita but also of not dealing with the truth, as he says, in his song “Clean This House”.

Let’s take a look at the video and the lyrics to the song to see what it really says:

Here is the audio on video below:

Personally, we don’t like the song. Just as another blog stated, Carree channeled the song of R&B singer R. Kelley’s “I Believe I Can Fly” song. It’s not very original and we can see why some have said Deitrick Haddon is jealous of him because they both ‘channel’ the same gospel/secular twist in music. No wonder this scandal is so out in the open now. Here are two artists in an industry that has turned into a ‘who can make the best gospel/secular hits and win the fans over’ contest. Just a mess!