“I will never apologize for believing wholeheartedly that all people on this earth are equal in God’s eyes,” said James Curran as he discussed some of the controversy surrounding his latest music video. Intended to be a supportive response to Tyler Glen’s latest music video “Trash”, the song proclaims a positive message of charity and kindness.
However, some members on social media were uncomfortable with it. You can watch below and judge for yourself.
“Tyler’s video inspired me to make a song about being more aware of how we treat people and being more vocal about how we believe that all of us are created equal and are treasure in God’s eyes,” Curran said.
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