Gospel singer Kirk Franklin, in a discussion to be broadcast this week on Trinity Broadcasting Network, called on white Christian leaders to move beyond “kumbaya moments” and to speak from the pulpit when black people are the subjects of “social injustice happening in the streets.”
Rapper Lecrae, Marvin Sapp, contemporary Christian artist Natalie Grant and an avalanche of gospel and secular artists are voicing their support for Kirk Franklin’s boycott of TBN, the Gospel Music Association, and the Dove Awards until they address the musicians’ diversity concerns.
The search for a young Colorado mother who vanished on Thanksgiving Day is intensifying with local police enlisting help from law enforcement nationwide and worried loved ones asking for prayers that she be found safely.
.@ABC EXCLUSIVE: “My career was damaged because I rebuffed Mr. Weinstein’s sexual advances. I know it for a fact.” @AshleyJudd one-on-one with @arobach as she sues Harvey Weinstein: https://t.co/eR4lNo6hTB pic.twitter.com/AYIOdfTrcb — Good Morning America (@GMA) May 1, 2018 SOURCE: ABC News
Grammy Award-winning hip-hop artist Lecrae teamed up with singer Tori Kelly for his song, “I’ll Find You,” and the two were invited by “Good Morning America” to perform the inspirational single on the popular mainstream platform.
Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles told “Good Morning America” today that when she and her partner, Sasha Farber, were eliminated on “Dancing with the Stars” despite their two perfect scores, she “thought they were going to pull a Steve Harvey on us.”