Bishop T.D. Jakes is no fan of Oxygen’s new docu-series, Preachers of L.A.
The controversial show may have pulled in 1.1 million viewers; however, the pastor of The Potter’s House is distancing himself from the cast of the new series.
According to EEW Magazine, Bishop took some verbal jabs at the show, calling it “junk.”
“Now, I know you been watching that junk on TV,” Jakes said during service on Sunday, Oct. 13th. “Not one dime of what you’re sowing right now will buy my suit. I want you to know my car is paid for.”
The Bishop continued to refer to the six larger than-life pastors of L.A. as a “spirit” he rebuked.
I want you to know I got my house on my own. I want you to know I’m not bling-blinging. I am not shake and bake. I had money when I came to Dallas and I plan to have some when I leave.
You did not buy what I got, I had it when I came here. You know I had it when I came here. The devil is a lie! I have sold enough books and produced enough movies. I don’t need your offering to pay for this little slimy suit. So I rebuke that spirit in the name of Jesus Christ.
Preachers of L.A. documents the lives of Bishop Noel Jones, Deitrick Haddon, Bishop Clarence McClendon, Pastor Wayne Chaney, Bishop Ron Gibson and Pastor Jay Haizlip. Each men show off their fancy cars and outlandish homes as not to shy away from their cravings for the finer things in life.