Kim Burrell got into a bit of a spat yesterday, during a segment on Tamron Hall’s talk show, Media Take Out has learned. And Tamron had to gather Kim for her shady comments towards gospel great Yolanda Adams.
On the segment, Media Take Out observed that Kim expressed her “disappointment” in fellow gospel great Yolanda Adams’ past public critique of a controversial sermon many deemed to be homophobic.
During a visit to Tamron Hall Thursday, Burrell, 50, addressed the 2016 sermon wherein she made comments about the “perverted homosexual spirit,” taking Adams to task for calling her out publicly and inadvertently adding fuel to the fire of those wishing to “cancel” the vocalist.
“I was disappointed, because we’ve all shared the same stage, back rooms, and green rooms, and some of their public display in conversation is somewhat opposite of what it is behind stage,” Burrell said. “I would’ve much preferred, especially dealing with gospel, Yolanda Adams, we’re both from Houston, Texas, to pick up the cell phone and say, ‘Hey, I have a career to save, and I can’t agree with your stance right now, I need to say something different to my public.’ I would’ve preferred that.”
But Tamron wasn’t here for the messiness. Watch: