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    Dorinda Clark-Cole Defends Beyoncé Using Twinkie Sample on New Album After Bishop Slams the Singer


    Dorinda Clark-Cole understands the difference between sinning and having fun. She publicly defended Beyonce after Bishop Patrick Wotten scrutinized her for the “Church Girl” lyrics.

    During his church session he said, “Beyoncé just released sacrilege,” declared Bishop Wooten in a new clip on social media. “The only thing that I can account for some of this stuff, somebody done sold their soul to the devil. Now, all I can say to you is this: When you sell your soul to the devil, you get the short end of the stick.” Elsewhere, he called the song “trash” and that it would be a “desecration” to repeat its lyrics out loud.

    The “Church Girl” track mixes gospel, R&B, Chicago hip-hop and Southern hip-hop. The former Destiny’s Child member shared a preview of the song list prior to her album dropping. Which made people wonder what the lyrics to the song would sound like.

    Some religiously expected “Church Girl” to sound more biblical. But when the album dropped the lyrics in differed to religion. The song’s lyrics say “I’ll drop it like a thottie, drop it like a thottie,I said now pop it like a thottie, pop it like a thottie (You bad)
    Me say now drop it like a thottie, drop it like a thottie (You bad)
    Church girls actin’ loose, bad girls actin’ snotty (You bad)
    Let it go, girl (Let it go), let it out, girl (Let it out)
    Twirl that ass like you came up out the South, girl (Ooh, ooh)
    I said now drop it like a thottie, drop it like a thottie (You bad)
    Bad girl actin’ naughty, church girl, don’t hurt nobody

    Additionally, she sampled “Center Of Thy Will” by legendary sibling gospel group The Clark Sisters.

    All 16 dance tracks to Beyonce’s 7th studio album “Renaissance” landed on the Billboard Hot 100 charts, not everyone is embracing its energy.”

    Prior to the album’s release, the group’s lead singer, Elbernita “Twinkie” Clark, took to her online platform, thanking the Houston native for using the ’80s hit. “Thanks Beyonce for listening to my music, and I hope it blesses your soul,” Clark told the ‘Break My Soul’ singer in a video message.

    But word got out to the Clarks, prompting Dorinda Clark-Cole to defend Beyonce.

    During service she said, “leave Beyoncé alone.”

    While singing ‘Ha Ya,’ another one of their classic hits sampled on Jay-Z’s “Family Feud” song, the gospel figure shared, “All right, now. Y’all leave Beyoncé alone. Leave her alone” before singing the lyric “center of His will.” She added, “Leave her alone. As long as she got something in there, that’s all right. Amen.”

    Many fans appreciated Dorinda Clark-Cole for defending the “Lemonade” artist. She must’ve read Judges 21:19-24.

     

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