Grammy Award-nominee and Stellar Award-winning gospel singer Kim Burrell was set to join Pharrell Williams for a performance on Thursday’s “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” where the pair would perform “I See Victory” from the soundtrack of the new movie Hidden Figures.
“The homosexual spirit is a spirit of delusion and confusion … you play with it in 2017, you will die from it,” Burrell can be heard saying during the fiery sermon at her Love & Liberty Fellowship Church where she pastors. She also illustrated explicit imagery of the “perversion.””If you as a man would open your mouth and take a man’s penis in your face … you are perverted,” she shouts. “If you are a woman and would shake your face in another woman’s breasts, you are perverted.”
Wait for it, she brings the beleaguered Bishop Eddie Long to the monologue, “I have never seen anything as heartbreaking as watching Bishop Eddie Long go down to nothing. It’s an embarrassment to the church. Nobody would be thinking you had AIDS if a homosexual man didn’t come out and revealed what you did behind closed doors. And yet you deny it.”
Burrell started her musical career with the Greater Emmanuel C.O.G.I.C. Choir of Houston, Texas. She is the daughter of a pastor/musician father and an evangelist/singer mother.
Pharrell Williams and Janelle Monae chime in on social media.