Preaching on “The Spirit of Grace,” Sunday, Pastor Creflo Dollar told his Atlanta congregation not to criticize Snoop Dogg for making a Gospel album.
“I’m gonna say something publicly. I don’t know if I’m really correct in saying this, but I want to say something publicly,” the pastor of World Changers Church said.
“Recently, a man in California, he’s a rapper, in fact, he’s known as a legend, they call him, I think his nickname is Snoop Dogg. He just released a gospel album to minister to people ‘cause his grandmamma ministered to him and he had it on the inside of him. Isn’t it sad that he received rejection and flak and ‘how y’all gon’ support somebody like this after what they did and what they said?’ What’s wrong with us?” Dollar asked.
The Megachurch Pastor continued, the “Holy Ghost police” were wrong to go in on the rapper because they don’t know his heart or spirituality.
Someone should have said “Congratulations, thank you so much, thank you so much for releasing something that can minister to people and encourage people and help people,” Pastor Dollar concluded.
Snoop Dogg, who just like the rest of us, has a turbulent past, received criticism from “church folks” for making a Gospel album.
We should also note that Snoop’s Bible Of Love is the #1 Gospel album in the country right now, and features some of Gospel music’s biggest names.