Bishop, keep up the good work and continue to keep it real and I’ll continue to tell all my friend girls that, “If you expect nothing, you get nothing from these guys,”
Those Sagging Pants... Scandalous!
‘How low can you go?’ The letters keep coming...
I’m a twenty one year-old female attending College and all of your articles on Sagging Pants I ran off. Every time I saw a guy with his pants below his butt on the college campus I gave them one of your articles, only to see them a day later still sagging. Bishop, these are guys attending College and you’d think they would know better. You said in one of your articles that “Once you know better, you should do better,” but I see this is not the case even on a college campus.
Many guys on the campus try and talk to me, want to take me out or date me and right off the top I tell them I don’t deal with guys showing their butt. Bishop, they laugh walking away sagging.
Bishop, keep up the good work and continue to keep it real and I’ll continue to tell all my friend girls that, “If you expect nothing, you get nothing from these guys,” as the women of today, for starters, should expect these guys to at least pull their pants.
Just wanted to share this Bishop!
Yesterday, while my husband and I sat at the traffic light in the car waiting for it to change, we saw a thug looking male holding up his pants with one hand, carrying a baby with the other arm and trying to talk on his cell phone all at the same time. Bishop, he dropped the cell phone while crossing the street, then almost dropped the baby as he leaned over picking up the cell phone and still holding the belt buckle of his pants sagging below his butt. I was so angry that I yelled out the car window at him telling him he almost dropped the baby. Bishop, he yelled back at me calling me the “B Word” and when my husband jumped out the car he ran across the street still holding up his pants and holding that baby as I yelled at my husband to get back into the car.
Bishop, I’m so afraid for our young people, because it seems like you can’t tell them anything and they don’t seem to care and many don’t have respect for anyone. I often ask my husband when and where did this madness start and when will the madness end with the thinking process of our youth? I think the church and spiritual leaders need to address these issues at church.
I’m twenty one years old and after reading your articles on Sagging, I’ve now pulled my pants up, wear a belt and seem to get more respect and smiles from girls that respect me for being a leader and not a follower. I still hang around my boys and they laugh at me asking me how come I got to be different since I don’t Sagg like them any more? I just tell them, “I’m tired of pulling up my pants all day long and I got to start thinking for me.” They seem to respect my answer Bishop which makes me know it’s better to be a leader than a follower. Feel Me?
I also didn’t know where it all started from and what it meant until I read it in your articles. I’m glad my mother made me read Bishop Speaks and I’m glad that I ‘m looking like a leader instead of a follower. I feel better about myself.
Thanks again bishop and my mother and me will be visiting your church soon.
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