The 'Preachers of LA' star, Deitrick Haddon, is making headlines after alleged nude photos of him leaked from an “ex-girlfriend/jumpoff” he dated before he divorced his wife.
The photos were revealed by Funky Dineva, who said he received it from a woman named “Simone, the woman he cheated on his first wife with.”
The gospel singer has not commented the photos yet. But the issue has drawn a lot of attention on the web, with many commenting about it.
"This is why we know Christianity is a cult. it has no basis on truth and that's why most people are unhappy and always feel condemned. Christianity is a cult. Turn to yahweh. Truth shall se you free. The truth is, there was never a messiah named Jesus....that was not his name.....The Messiah came in HIS FATHER'S NAME. His father's name is clearly recorded in the KING JAMES VERSION OF PSALMS 68:4. There is a reason Yahshua said this "New International Version I have come in my Father's name, and you do not accept me; but if someone else comes in his own name, you will accept him." REPENT AND BE SET FREE," said one web user on Media Take Out, which has also reported the case.
"These people talk the talk but don't walk the walk. Being a Christian doesn't mean you are perfect. But live the word you preach & sit in the pew for. Hypocrites. People don't apply what they learn in church to their actua life. If we did no child would be born out of wedlock & their would not be daily genocide in our communities," another user said on the same platform.
Haddon has been facing public criticism after going through a divorce and having a child out of wedlock. He is currently married to the mother of his child, Dominique.
The new docu-series 'Preacher of LA,' which offers a glimpse in to the lives of popular pastors from Los Angeles, has also being controversial among Christian community allegedly for showing lavish lives of the preachers.
In an interview at the Praise 102.5 / 102.9, the gospel singer responded to some critics, highlighting the importance of the show as an opportunity to produce more faith-based, good and clean television on mainstream.
Regarding the criticism against the lavish lives of the pastors featured in the show, Haddon said he doesn’t see a problem with anybody driving a “Bentley” “as long as they are doing the work that God has called them to do.”
He also defended that people can do things wrongs, but be able to stand up again by the grace of God, seemingly referring to his own situation.
'Preacher of LA' debuted on Oxygen last week, becoming one of the biggest series premieres for the network to date.