Andrew Caldwell, the man famously known across the Web for his “I’m not gay no more” video, may have been supported by the Church of God In Christ (COGIC) when his video first became a sensation, but now the church has a major problem with Caldwell after he released a song version of his famous statement.
According to TMZ, Caldwell added background singers to his hilarious “delivert!” speech and has begun selling the song on iTunes.
And that’s where the trouble began with Caldwell and the COGIC because they’re now demanding that Caldwell stop selling the song online.
According to a rep for the church, they own the audio that’s used in the song and feel Caldwell is capitalizing off what has become a mockery of their church.
However, Caldwell spoke to TMZ about the brewing legal battle and he is refusing to stop selling the song because he claims he copyrighted it.
Well, it’s ironic that for all of that acceptance from his church that Caldwell was seeking for becoming a “straight” man, he’s still finding himself at odds with his church. Looks like he’s not only going to be judged by the congregation but he’ll likely be judged in a court of law as well if the COGIC decides to sue. – nicholas robinson