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HBCU Radio Station Cancels Kim Burrell’s Show Following Her Comments On ‘Perveted’ Homosexuality

Citing no reason, a historically Black university in Texas has canceled Kim Burrell’s radio show following her comments on homosexuality.

Texas Southern University’s KTSU-FM released a statement to the press saying, “The Kim Burrell show is no longer airing as part of KTSU Radio programming.”

During a sermon which was being broadcast on Facebook Live, Burrell referred to “the perverted homosexual spirit.”

In a video published after the sermon, Burrell has said that she has no apologizes to make over her comments.

According to the university’s website, Texas Southern University is located in the heart of Houston. The black university is home to an increasing diverse population of nearly 10,000 students with more than 80 undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs.

Tommy G. Meade Jr.

Tommy G. Meade Jr.

Tommy G. Meade Jr. is the Editor-in-Chief of HBCU Buzz. He is a Central State University alum and is a proud member of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc.

Meade formerly was a Staff Writer for HBCU Buzz. In 2012, he was selected by Luke Lawal Jr. to lead HBCU Buzz.

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