Pastor Jamal H. Bryant: “These Hoes Ain’t Loyal”

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    During a sermon full of homophobia, sexism and misogyny, Pastor Jamal H. Bryant, of the Empowerment Temple in Baltimore, MD told his congregation how he really feels about some women.

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    “These hoes ain’t loyal!” he thundered from the pulpit as the congregation stomped and cheered and co-signed the statement.

    Bryant pulled the words from the Chris Brown song of the same name.

    Some of the lyrics are as follows:

    When a rich n***a want ya

    And your n***a can’t do nothing for ya

    These hoes ain’t loyal

    These hoes ain’t loyal

    Yeah, yeah, let me see

    Just got rich

    Took a broke n***a b***h

    I can make a broke b***h rich

    But I don’t f**k with broke b****s

    Got a white girl with some fake t****s

    I took her to the Bay with me

    Eyes closed, smoking marijuana

    Rolling up that Bob Marley

    I’m a rasta

    She wanna do drugs,

    Smoke weed, get drunk

    She wanna see a n***a trapped

    She wanna f**k all the rappers

    Not exactly something one would expect a “pastor” to be referencing in agreement.

    The “Man of God” doesn’t stop there, he also had words for “baby mamas” and “sanctified sissies.”

    With this level of misogyny permeating the “Word,” it’s little wonder that Black women are leaving the church in droves.

    In an interesting (and completely unsurprising twist), Bryant’s infidelity to his now ex-wife was exposed last year, which led to a highly publicized divorce.

    Perhaps Pastor Bryant should worry about his capacity for loyalty and sexually responsibility before trying to tear down women.

    Can we get an amen?

    To listen to Bryant’s full sermon, click here.

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