Pastor Jamal Bryant Put On Your Armor.


Reader, this is a doggone shame and pure ignorance.  This reminds me of how the other young man went in on Jesse Jackson In Ferguson St Louis. Pastor Jamal Bryant did not deserve that.  I don't find it respectable to speak to another human this way, regardless of the fact that he considers himself a man of God. This wasn't cool. I can appreciate the message but this is a prime example of when it's not what you say but definitely, how you say it.

According to some in the Baltimore community Pastor Jamal Bryant, has been a great help to the city and have provided many outreach and enrichment programs for the youth of the city. Furthermore, folks are saying the guy in the video is all wrong about Rawlings-Blake because they have seen for themselves Pastor  Bryant speak out against the way in which she referred to the rioters as thugs.



I hope Pastor Bryant doesn't let this get him down I'm a big fan of  his work and will always be.....but this is plum damn stupid. If you going to check someone like that, make sure you checking everybody on them corners and doing them killings on them streets. Anybody can run up on a Pastor who they know not going get out of line on camera. Go press up on them Negros on them corners helping destroy the communities every day.

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  1. See thats what I'm talking about Ann. You gave your strong opinion per this article...

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  2. Uh. (Let me clear my throat, lol). Ok, even though Jamal needs ALOT corrected in his personal life and there's possibly under the table money distributed throughout the community in that area that the people don't see, Jamal didn't deserve this. The language. Well, that's how they talk, it's demons. Sorry. It'll take a miracle to get these folks saved. Period. Jamal will be okay, he just needs to pick it up from here some kinda way and be an example and not say one thing in the pulpit and do another. This is just a crying shame, smh.

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  3. Hmmmm... I can now kinda sorta kinda.. understand their rage. No, I wouldn't talk to the brother like this, but on an educated level. When I read through this, I was like, hmmmmm... http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2016/apr/17/freddie-gray-tyrone-west-anthony-anderson-balitmore-police

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    1. timezone for whatever the reason one may have there is never ever an excuse for pure ignorance.

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    2. Yes. I totally agree. It was stupid dumb demonic foolishness the way that black brother (I wanna use another word) was talking to Bryant. If he had a major beef with him, he needed to respectfully talk to Bryant. Evidently he doesn't have brain matter to be able to do that. And as far that sista that did the rap? Ridiculous. smh....

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  4. MR. Bryant did the correct thing walk away from that clown . Just another ghetto dude that's probably upset because he didn't never make it out the hood . BOOM SAID IT !!!! Really Negro get a life .. Keep messing with the child of God .

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  5. Wow! Its so sad that we as culture would treat any human being like that. My only question is, what did he accomplish? Letting his emotion get the best of him, acting like a maniac with no self-control, using foul language that's totally unacceptable and prohibited. especially, when you're fighting for a good cause but your actions is distasteful and a disgrace to everyone that follows him. we have to do better in expressing ourselves to get our point across. it was unacceptable! rude! belittling! Diabolical and uncourteous. And for the record, Baltimore is not the streets of one person it is a community and no one individual should have that mush influence to threatened or charge another human being in such loquacious manner to leave a city that he love and cares for. even more so, because he resides in city of Baltimore. I pray that God will soften the heart of this controlling young fool and understand that the life you live will be judged. Woe! Unto you when you put your mouth on any of God children. Repent for the kingdom of God is at hand. I pray for his deliverance and I humbly applied the other gentleman's compassion to just walk away.

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    1. High five to Pastor Bryant for walking away....he's the one who has everything to lose, the ignorant fool who attacked him is not even known outside of Baltimore.

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    2. Here we go again black folks. How does this brother get to tell anybody to not come around or get out of Baltimore. He sounds just like Donald Trump. If we have such a problem it is not the world's business. Go to Pastor Bryant, express your issues and work it out for the better of the city. PFK Boom what are your shortcomings? Brothers go back and fix that, let the world know Baltimore is the catalyst for change in this country.

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  6. Here's what Bryant had to deal with: PFK Boom, whose real name is Davon Neverdon, is co-founder of a group called "300 Gangstas," which seeks to reach the most dangerous people in the city of Baltimore.
    Neverdon, who was arrested and ultimately acquitted of murder in 1993, spent more than three years in solitary confinement while doing time and now regularly speaks and testifies about the effects of such punishment. smh. Got this from http://www.christianpost.com/news/pastor-jamal-bryant-ordered-off-block-told-to-get-out-of-baltimore-by-activist-pfk-boom-164574/

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  7. So the issue is the presentation, but the substance is being minimized? What the guy did was take away jhb's ability to fall back on rhetoric and slip away like he was taking the high road. Disagree with the way he came across all you want but let's not reject what he said.

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    1. Sir you sound silly.

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    2. DC Joe...I must say, you really may be on to something. AT least you didnt do another drive by...

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    3. Re: DC Joe

      Yes, I agree these commentators dismissed what Boom was saying due his delivery. And to whomever wrote the drive-by comment above, what is that about? It looks like you just did a drive-by comment...anonymously

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    4. It wasn't DC Joe this time doing the drive by. I don't know who would just say four words like that and drive off...what a shame...

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    5. ChelleBelle...YOU CRAZY...

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  8. So he a tough guy Jamal Bryant handled it like a man with a Doctorate degree should have handled it at the end of the day he was there to help he didn't run he walked away he was there solo dolo and the other nigga had how many niggas round him exactly tough guys always run in packs if you think that was real that just goes to show you the level of ignorance that our people operate under and that my friends is why we losing as a people

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  9. PRAISE GOD!!! THE CRAIG MACK GOT IT TOGETHER YA'LL!!! SO HAPPY FOR HIM! THE REAL POETS FROM BACK IN THE DAY! NOW THIS IS WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MO5d6iNI_Ck

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  10. Sad...that a man who is renting an apartment believes "he owns the streets". He doesn't even own where he lives. His perception is far from reality.

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    1. Sad you think that about people who "rent an apartment". THAT'S WHERE HE LIVES...BAD ANALOGY my friend...

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  11. Yall actin' brand new on this post. Perhaps because you're a new creation in Christ. Well Boom obviously is not. But Back in the day, if you had a problem with someone exploiting the movement or your community from the inside, you'd confront them about it on the streets, not online. Now, with that being said Boom was doing too much! But at the same time, if you're on the front lines (as Bryant claims to be) for real, and you got this creep who is exploiting the social justice movements in the name of Jesus coming to your neighborhood, I think you have the right to confront that man.

    As Christians, no we wouldn't do a Boom move to a brother in Christ or anyone to that point. Boom didn't act in meekness or gentleness. But obviously, Boom is of the world, so we cannot judge him as if he has knowledge of the truth that we possess in Jesus Christ. If you're from the streets then there's a code of conduct which is not of Christ which is what Boom exhibited. With that being said, just because he didn't calmly and eloquently convey his grievances with Bryant, that doesn't negate his grievances. And please stop acting like you never met a brotha like Boom. Or maybe you haven't. Those who labor in these streets understand this brotha's passion for what he's doing even if it is misguided. He may not communicate the way some of us claim to, but he communicated nonetheless.

    Lastly, I don't know why Bryant is still being regarded as a pastor when he is not qualified. Even if you wasn't feeling Boom, it is these type of men leading the new movements that are recruiting our young men. And they are gaining much ground on the east coast because they have the courage to call out pimps like Bryant, and are ready to pop-off if anyone is in violation. They show courage (even if it is a front). Misguided and not of God, oh YES; but what are our leaders doing?

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