Bishop T.D. Jakes seems to have addressed the allegations that he has been tied to Diddy and attended his alleged sex parties.
During his recent church sermon, Bishop Jakes took the time to clear the air over the allegations. “I didn’t come to convince you or nobody, because I know who I am,” he said. “That is not what this is about, you can think about whatever you want to think. I came to do my job, I came to prophesies as I was commanded. I came to hear the master say, ‘Well done, thou good and faithful servant.’”
He continued, “I will not use this sacred day at this sacred pulpit to address a lie when I have a chance to preach the truth.” This address comes after it was revealed that Bishop T.D. Jakes had allegedly participated in elicit acts with Diddy.
Jordan A. Hora, the executive director of public relations and communications for the T.D. Jakes Group, T.D. Jakes Ministries and The Potter’s House said in a statement, “Recent claims circulating on pockets of social media about Bishop T.D. Jakes are unequivocally false and baseless.”
He added, “What has always been true, in the words of the late Pastor Charles H. Spurgeon, ‘If you want the truth to go round the world you must hire an express train to pull it, but if you want a lie to go round the world it will fly; it is as light as a feather, and a breath will carry it.’”
These allegations come after Diddy has been accused of multiple counts of sexual assault after Cassie dropped a lawsuit against the media mogul in November. Since then, he has been accused of raping and drugging a college student in 1991, as well as raping two women with singer/songwriter Aaron Hall. He was also accused of sex trafficking a 17-year-old woman.