Whew! Former “Mary Mary” singer Erica Campbell had a word Monday evening for the saved and sanctified that had the congregation of Instagram wanting to know who she was addressing, because sis surely did not stamp her message!
Erica, a married mother of three, took to her Instagram story to post a message of caution aimed at men of the cloth, especially ones who are married. It wasn’t immediately clear what prompted this address, but she did not mince words when discussing holy men and the issue with them liking thirst traps on social media.
Her message read: “Hey Preachers and pastor(s)! You should re-think liking the pictures of ladies in sexy bikinis, especially when you’re married. Even when the caption is deep and spiritual! You shouldn’t double tap!! Ijs.”
After Erica dropped that message, many people wondered who she was talking about, especially considering she’s married to a pastor herself!
Erica married “Mary Mary” record producer Warryn Campbell in May 2001. For those who are too young to remember, their wedding was documented on TLC’s “A Wedding Story.”
Fast forward to 2015 when Warryn was ordained as a pastor and the couple founded a worship center in Los Angeles soon after.
Even though Erica neglected to identify anyone, she certainly had the female parishioners yelling “Amen.” Check out the commentary below:
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This isn’t the first time Erica made a controversial statement via her IG page. Back in November, she stirred the pot by giving her unsolicited advice to women seeking marriage. She told them, “you can’t sow h** seeds and reap marriage benefits.”
Who knows what Erica will say next. Stay tuned.
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