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Gospel musician Donnie McClurkin  says he was uninvited to a concert  in Washington, D.C. celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. and the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington due to his stance on homosexuality.

Please watch the video from the Pastor himself on this matter

Pastor Donnie McClurkin says in the video: “[It’s] quite unfortunate that in today a black man, a black artist is uninvited from a civil rights movement depicting the love, the unity, the peace, the tolerance. These are bully tactics simply because of stances that I took never, ever demeaning, never, ever derogatorily addressing any, any lifestyle.”

We will keep you in the loop if we hear anything else.

Make sure to read: Celebrate Dr. King’s Legacy at the 50th Anniversary of the March On Washington

8/13: UPDATE: Organization Demands Apology For Donnie McClurkin’s Treatment