Many famous members of the hip-hop music world are embracing Public Figure and Bishop Lamor Miller Whitehead. The Bishop was a first-generation descendant of a man who was brutally killed by police back in 1978 resulting from a chokehold. Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams had said it “was the first “I can’t breathe” in modern times.” Lamor was only 6 weeks old when the event occurred but the pain of it has never left.
Now 40 some years later, Hip hop artists Fivio Foreign and Dusty Locane, along with Comedian FatBoy and the Queen of Dancehall Spice, have all come together in support of Lamor Miller Whitehead’s messages. The Bishop has done everything in his power to spread powerful and meaningful messages of change as the Pastor of Leaders of Tomorrow International Ministries in both Brooklyn and Atlanta.
Through the grace of God, Bishop Whitehead is able to share his experiences with congregations and show what the power of God has done for him. People love him for his realism and natural abilities as a preacher and the Bishop hopes to continue to be at the forefront of change. Bishop Whitehead is looking to become Brooklyn’s next Borough President.
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