/  01.29.2020


Pastor Troy is currently the number one trending topic on Twitter…and it’s not for his music. Pastor Troy took to Instagram to share his thoughts on how he believes Lil Nas X and Applebee’s push a gay agenda on black men.

He shared a photo of Lil Nas X from the recent Grammy Awards and wrote a lengthy caption about why he refuses to let this so called agenda be pushed on his sons.

He wrote, “Welp, guess I won’t be winning a GRAMMY…If this what I gotta wear. They love to push this shit on our kids!”

“The other day @applebees had some punks kissing and laughing eating mozzarella sticks. First thing my 14 yr old Son said was, “F**** Applebee’s” And it Brought Joy to My Heart!! He see it…their agenda to take the masculinity from Men, Black Men Especially. Some may say, “He Making Money!!” RuPaul do too, but I ain’t bumping his CD!!! Integrity is Priceless,” he continued.

He ended his caption with, “Y’all better open that 3rd Eye and let your Sons Know What Is Real…Or They Ass Gone Be Headed Down That Old Town Road Foreal!! ~P.T. #TheyGoneRiiiiiiddddeeeTil theycantnomore #BlackOwnedandIndependent #NotMySons #ItAintWorthIt #Taketheroadlesstraveled #Youwillstillgetthere #DSGB #Wontbeonmypagelong.”

Social media users are calling Pastor Troy out for being homophobic.

One Twitter user said, “Now “PastorTroy” you not winning a Grammy has little to do with what you wear and more to do with your music not being captivating for decades. His songs won him Grammys not his outfits. Just say you hate gay people and go. Encouraging hateful speech from your son is disgusting.”

“Pastor Troy is irrelevant, miserable, homophobic, & bitter. Nobody with sense is checking for you nor your trash music. There’s no gay agenda. Nobody’s forcing anything on you & your son. You’re just bitter bigot who is mad that a Black gay man achieved more success than you,” another Twitter user wrote.

Check out Pastor Troy’s post and Twitter reactions below.

Instagram // @pastortroydsgb
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