Grammy Award Winning Pastor Charles Jenkins Nude Photo Leaked By Ex-Girlfriend Last Year

Posted on April 7, 2015


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Obnoxious Media had to resurrect this story on Charles Jenkins, who actually hosted a Steller Awards after party to promote his new album.  It seems e forgot about his scandal.  What is this attitude that you can live any ratchet way and act like it is okay?

<strong>Everything Is Going Down, But The Word Of God</strong>…..……Well, this is just a mess!  While the Chicago pastor was at the White House this morning according to his post on Twitter (<strong>@CharlesJenkins7</strong>) his photo was being passed around all over the country.  According to members of my <strong>Obnoxious Street Committee</strong>, a former employee of <strong>Pastor Charles Jenkins</strong>’ is very upset now that her services are no longer needed. It seems that this disgruntled woman may have been more than an employee – are the rumors running through the church community.

Allegedly, the woman attempted to blackmail God’s called servant and demanded $20,000 in cash to keep his secrets secret (rumored she might actually be owed the money as compensation for her employment). However, according to conjecture, she was only paid half and the remaining balance was not delivered as planned. Apparently, this woman was obviously very close to <strong>Charles Jenkins</strong> to have such a compromising photo of him naked while brushing his teeth. Sources close to the successor of the legendary <strong>Clay Evans</strong>, who pastored Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church in Chicago, will stagger releases on <strong>Charles Jenkins</strong> every week until she is paid in full.

Looks like the scorned woman is off to a very good start especially since she started out with a nude. We can only imagine what’s next and next and next. Assuming she took the picture, we can surely speculate that their relationship didn’t end on a good note and she’s left with some power. Whether this was taken before his marriage and pastoralship, why would he knowingly pose for a nude picture to be taken of him, has he not read my blog?!  <strong>Obnoxious Media</strong> spent a great deal of efforts attempting to reach the infamous “My God Is Awesome” psalmist but to no avail. I really wanted to give him the opportunity to explain the background for the picture being taken and how this young lady got it but. . . This is a very unfortunate situation for the young pastor that was seemingly doing so well with keeping a supposed clean image. He has a great gospel album out, community outreach, historic church handed to him, and his own Gospel Music label just to name a few of his accomplishments.  Now he has a scandal with his name and nude pictures on it for the world to see. Hopefully it is not him!  However, a little ratchet behavior seems to be the order of the day.

How fitting for the title of his Grammy Award winning album to be ‘The Best Of Both Worlds’ now that we know <strong>Charles</strong> knew first hand what it was like to be a prominent pastor and the common cliche’ dude playing on the side while playing Holy simultaneously. With his good guy image, he was very likeable and the thoughts of him being a part of a scandla would never enter the thoughts of most. I guess he hasn’t been coached properly by the big wigs in the church business that should have warned him to just pay the woman off so she can go away quietly with his attorneys present, of course.;sns=em

Read a recent interview of <strong>Charles Jenkins</strong> with BET below:

My own personal mantra is “Don’t box me in.” God has given me versatility, diversity of ability, ingenuity and superfluity and uncommon purposeful fertility so don’t box me in…because you can be judgmental, stereotypically framing me, even if it’s accidental so don’t box me in because I’m liable to be serving anywhere, I’ve got an all-access pass on every major thoroughfare. I’m looking for fear so I can chase it, low self-esteem so I can erase it, or just a little faith so I can lace it with motivation, or inspiration so we can turn this meeting into a reinvent-you orientation. Don’t box me in!

I’m always told that I think too big or people ask me why I try to do so much. When I listen to <strong>Richard Branson’s</strong> story of founding Virgin Records then Virgin America Airlines, then for him to think about a space shuttle, Virgin Galactic, to take people to the moon, I am beyond excited to see that he started with unfathomable ideas that have become chronicled realities. A lot of people weren’t rooting for him in the beginning. However, he wanted to create higher quality entities that would create new paradigms across the world. People may think you’re crazy when God has got you in a space of originality or creativity but you’ve got to embrace what He has given you. Go hard and know that all that matters is the fruit or results that will impact people’s lives for good.

I am working to open a charter school to focus on the STEM fields — science, technology, engineering and math. While we talk about unemployment, there are so many jobs that are available that we have not been trained for or equipped for, so that leads me to be a proponent of STEM education and any traditional public school academic programs that are available to help our kids be prepared for the workforce.

Next, I’m leading a large-scale project called the Legacy Project with an amazing team. It’s our holistic commitment to building people and building community in Chicago. It’s a 14.5 acre site with a 230,000 square-foot building on it. It’s a $26 million investment into a Chicago inner-city neighborhood to build a place where people can work, a place where people can eat, a place where people can learn, a place where people can be rehabilitated, a place where people can get health care. It’s our commitment to education, 400 new jobs, public safety, wellness, and economic development.

This concept of giving back was instilled in me long before now.  My brother and I grew up in St. Petersburg, FL, visiting the sick, taking food to people who couldn’t afford it, washing other families’ clothes and taking people out to dinner with us who couldn’t take themselves. We grew up going to funeral homes, just rolling up on people, hugging total strangers and checking on people. I watched my mother send money to my uncles who were in prison.  My mother made giving important to me so it became ingrained in my DNA. Now as I live out my faith, philanthropy is a very integral part. I feel like we are filled to pour into others.

I’m hopeful that as a father of three, my giving back is a demonstration for them, just like my mother passed it to me. There’s a passage that says a good man leaves an inheritance to his children’s children. That’s not just materialistic; money, stuff, or things. It is important to set up the next generation in terms of principles, precepts and best practices. I hope that giving back creates a legacy that lives beyond my life through theirs.

Whether he is making music as a Grammy Award-winning songwriter, preaching or leading, <strong>Pastor Charles Jenkins</strong> is doing one overarching thing: inspiring the masses to be their best through every vehicle possible. As senior pastor of <strong>Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church</strong> of Chicago, 38-year-old <strong>Jenkins</strong> serves thousands of individuals through various outreach efforts. He is also founding president of the Fellowship Educational and Economic Development Corporation (FEED), which focuses on urban renewal in Chicago inner-city neighborhoods. <strong>Pastor Jenkins</strong> lives, leads and serves out of the box!

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