Thursday, May 25, 2017

Minister Wants to Exorcise Lil Uzi Vert

Responding to the controversy of rappers such as Lil Uzi Vert wearing upside down crosses, a NC minister wants to exorcise Hip Hop. 

Minister Paul Scott aka TRUTH Minista, founder of the Black Messiah Movement is concerned about the growing promotion of Satanic symbolism in Hip Hop and says that Hip Hop needs an African-centered exorcism. 

"Satanism is for white rock starts , not black rappers, " says Scott. "When has devil worship become a Black thing?"

Scott is responding to the recent controversy rapper Lil Uzi Vert wearing an upside down cross at the recent Billboard music awards and posting "666" on a recent Instagram post. 

"We have enough devils running the political system right now, we don't need rappers conjuring up more," says Scott.

Scott is urging rappers to use their influence to teach Black youth the historical Truth  about African spirituality instead of glorifying the devil.

"They need to promote African spirituality instead of sending our children dancing down the road of destruction."

Scott can be reached at (919) 972-8305  email info@nowaringshotsfired,com. 

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Black Church Challenge

Although, many church goers will be in competition this Easter Sunday to see who has the best new outfit, a NC minister is issuing another challenge to  black churches.

Durham NC, Minister Paul Scott , founder of the newly formed Black Messiah Movement is issuing the “Black Church Challenge,”  an effort to get Black churches more connected to the black community.
Scott says that in  earlier years  , pastors and their congregations were heavily involved in the movement to help  their fellow  African Americans, “now in the age of mega churches , many pastors seem more concerned with passing out collections plates than passing out plates to the homeless.

He is also challenging the Black church to get reconnected with the struggle for justice for African Americans. “During the 60’s, many black pastors were on the front lines marching for the civil rights of African Americans, now many are more concerned about driving fancy cars than marching, says Scott.

Scott says that if the churches were involved in their immediate communities and established more community programs,  99% of the problems facing African Americans such as youth violence, the academic achievement gap and unemployment could be solved, overnight.
“Stop waiting on a Savior and be one, “ says Scott

Minister Paul Scott was ordained a Baptist minister but left the church in 2003 to form the Messianic Afrikan Nation Ministry where he conducts a “street institute” every Sunday where he teaches and passes out free  black history books in the hood.   He can be reached at (919) 972-8305  or info@nowarningshotsfired.com  Follow on Twitter @truthminista