The award-winning gospel artist and "American Bible Challenge" co-host previously had hinted at his feelings toward the faith-based reality show during a December 2013 concert in Detroit, Mich., when he told fans, "You'll never see your boy on real 'Preachers of L.
A.'"The Oxygen network reality show was controversial even before it aired, with some Christians debating whether the program would harm or help the faith community, while others called for a boycott.
11, 2016, one day before she was interviewed on the program.
“I’m just proud to create such a unique character.” A. Bio isn't the only Philly-connected NBC has picked up.
Since then, Kathleen Matthews, a former news anchor and Marriott exec, has received a total of ,050 in campaign contributions from prominent former and current politicians featured on her husband’s long-running cable-news show.
“As a journalist, I also know how important it is to respect certain boundaries on my support for her both in my public role and here on MSNBC,” her husband said on his program.
“Working women know it is possible to have their own career and not depend on their spouse for success,” said Kathleen Matthews’ campaign manager, Ethan Susseles.
Gospel singer Kirk Franklin, who declared months ago that fans would never see him on "Preachers of L. Hughley Show" this week if he would appear on "Preachers of L.