Hip Hop artist, Lecrae has some strong words to evangelical leaders who do not speak up about racism.
“Evangelical leaders don’t ask me to use my voice to speak on racial unity if you don’t use yours to talk about racism,” the “Blessings” rapper tweeted last week.
The social media comments made by the founder of Reach Records, were supported by a producer on his label, Alex Medina. Midena, replied to Lecrae’s comments tweeting that he was “tired.”
“Not holding out hope. This runs too deep structurally and economically within evangelicalism,” Midena continued.