This is so sad. Men of the cloth. Money, sex and drugs can take control of a weak man. You would think since they got religion they would be strong. But the question of the day is, “have they really got religion?” C. Dancy II – DCN Publisher
It was 20 years ago when I started receiving letters from women of various churches who were having illicit affairs with powerful married ministers. I was flabbergasted. Was this really happening in the church? I asked myself. Then my phone began ringing off the hook. I couldn’t understand why these women were reaching out to me. I think it was because they saw my husband, Dr. Fred K. Price, and his televised preachings and were captivated by his message. (Essence)
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Blueprint NC Steering/Transition Team member
Caught on tape and realized what he had done but tried to put it on someone else but later admitted he was the one. Damn. To say he was from the city and then to use this type of language is just too damn bold. This is just too sad however this is real life and it goes on all the time. C. Dancy II – DCN Publisher
Calla and Gerald Wright came to City Council Tuesday evening armed with concerns, but also their tape recorder, and played a phone message they received from a City employee that included a racial slur.
"I’d like to warn you it is profane, and it is obscene," Calla Wright began. (NBC17)