Le’Andria Johnson is heading to television.
Johnson, known for her popular gospel songs like “I Shall Leap Into My Destiny” and Grammy-winning “Jesus,” has been leading the Imperfect People Changing Ministries in Hapeville, Ga., for nearly two years. Also the victor of season three of BET’s popular “Sunday Best” program and a multiple Stellar Award winner, Johnson has previously been the subject of controversy due to having a fourth child while being unmarried.
Johnson, 31, said at the time in response to her critics that she was not condoning being pregnant out of wedlock, but that she was not interested in hiding her pregnancy. She insisted that she would continue to serve God.
“I’m not going to stop because you think I should stop. I don’t serve you, I serve God,” she said. “I’m letting you know that God still blesses and He uses whoever he wants.”
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