Would Janet Medford talk about the deaths of Anna Nicole Smith, Marilyn Monroe and Elvis and even judge those who are yet living, Britney Spears Lindsay Nicole, the way she allegedly judged Whitney Houston’s death on radio? This is a very important question, because although many of us are born again Christians, we are also born African Americans and have no apologies for it. We can sense unfair treatment among those whom are white who claim to know Jesus Christ. We just gave you a previous report, regarding how Paula White allegedly spoke bad about nappy hair, which was naturally given to us by God and we do not apologize for it, neither should we laugh and support her alleged ignorance while she call herself preaching under the anointing of God caught on video. We want to ask you, what God are white Christians allegedly serving when they think it is okay to judge an African American entertainer’s life and not their own kind? God is not a bias God and does not like it when white Christians offend us with their unnecessary rebuke. Whitney Houston has already gotten a lot of cruel remarks from some of those white entertainers in Hollywood, the least white Christians could do, is remain silent and pray for her family, not throw out comments as though they are so righteous and do not have problems within their own race. Furthermore, many whites who claim to know Christ always wonder why the black church always brings up the subject of racial discrimination, the answer is so clear, it would not come up, if there was not such a bias like in this case of the sudden death of Whitney Houston, no less adored in the eyes of God than Marilyn Monroe, Anna Nicole Smith Britney Spears, Lindsay Lohan, Elvis or any other white superstar.
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Would Janet Mefferd Talk About Anna Nicole Smith, Marilyn Monroe, Britney Spears and Elvis The Way She Allegedly Discussed The Death Of Whitney Houston and L. L. Cool J Who Respected Her Memory?
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