- American singer Chris Brown recently made fun of preacher TD Jakes in a viral video
- this Mona Lisa hitmaker shared a reenacted clip of himself that is causing a stir on social media
- Many netizens commented on Chris Breezy’s post and mocked the way he presented it
American singer Chris Brown has shut down social media after a video of him making fun of famous preacher TD Jakes went viral.
Chris Breezy mocks TD Jakes
The famous TD Jakes has been in the headlines recently due to allegations that he attended Diddy’s sex parties on X.
After the rumors broke, hitmaker Mona Lisa decided to post a video of himself mocking Jax on his Instagram Story, which has now gone viral.
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Twitter (X) user @mizar retweeted Breezy’s post on his timeline and said:
“Chris Brown Going Crazy About His IG Story ‘Have You Ever Been Devoured’”
See the post below:
Many fans commented on Breezy’s video
Soon after the video went viral, many fans and netizens took to the comments section, with some mocking the singer for how he mocked the popular preacher.
See some comments below:
“@BishopJakes you will always be famous.”
“No, that confuses me too, TD Jack shouldn’t have said that.”
“He just likes me because I say so.”
“Oh my gosh, I don’t know how many times I’ve said that shit in the house.”
“Chris Blaser is such a pain in the ass.”
“Men who were ‘swallowed’ even looked pregnant as a result of the swallowing.”
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“My goat is a threat.”
“The more spirituality strives to humanize life and preserve it, the more sincere and fruitful it will be.”
TD Jacks denies charges against him
Meanwhile, Jakes took to the church pulpit to unequivocally denounce rumors circulating on social media about his sexual orientation.
Jakes took to the church pulpit to unequivocally denounce rumors circulating on social media about his sexual orientation.
“I’m going to stand up straight, hold my head up, straighten my back, and preach the pure, inerrant word of God,” he told a defiant Jakes before breaking down.
Jakes also said he joined the ministry not to be famous, but to make a difference.
“I came to the building and without looking at you, without talking to you, I just sensed that you were worried about me. While the performance was wonderful, it was hard to do; it was almost like preaching at a funeral because you were worried, “He said the shepherds