Bishop Charles Edward Blake Tells Jason White Hit The Road Jack After Working At West Angeles Church Of God In Christ For 20 Years 

Posted on March 18, 2016

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Everything Is Going Down, But The Word Of God……While at the Hawks game tonight my phone began to ring out of control with text messages, calls, and Facebook in-box messages about Jason White being fired by Bishop Charles Edward Blake.  White was relieved of his duties as of March 8, 2016, and was celebrated in church two days prior on March 6, 2016, for his winning a Stellars Gospel Music Award. Rumors have been flying since word got out that his services were no longer needed at the West Angeles Church Of God In Christ. According to members of my Obnoxious Street Committee there has been some issues with Jason for sometime now, but Bishop Blake continued to allow him to serve as Director of Music and Worship Arts. 
In the letter Jason White posted on Facebook – In twenty years of employment, he only could think of two occasions that would have warranted termination. Seems he is not aware that only one is enough to cause you to loose your job. Additionally, he expressed he felt Bishop Blake should have given him an explanation as to why he was released from his duties.  Perhaps, due to his feeling that Bishop was more than a boss, but a Spiritual Father he became too common and comfortable with. It is confusing that Jason, like Earl Carter, feels that Bishop Blake owes them something and has to explain or justify his actions with them prior to making a decision.  As indicated in White’s letter, Bishop Blake met with him for all of seven minutes to fire him, which indicates that Jason had to have known things were not good after 20 years. A real son knows his father.  White claims Blake was more than his boss so why attempt to front to him by writing an open letter and posting it on social media at 3:44pm (PST). Clearly, White has entered a fight his is not equipped to win. 

Without question, Bishop Blake is a spiritual leader, but he is also a CEO as well. Now Judy Christie McAllister is back in LA and might be the reason Jason had to be eliminated: to make room for her.  Bishop Blake most likely will not respond to White’s public attack and if he did not want to take the severance package then he has no one to blame but himself.  The former Director of Music and Arts might have forgotten he founded and operated his own production company all while working at West A or the number additionally money making opportunities afforded unto him all because he worked for the Presiding Bishop of the Church Of God In Christ. People, do not get it twisted and think for one second you cannot be eliminated and things not roll on without you. Thouse thousands of cars will be at West A with or without Jason White, who perhaps became confused with his role. People attend a church because of the pastor. The music and ministries enhance him/her, and for music people will buy a good CD.  Obnoxious Media reached out to Jason White, but he has yet to respond.

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Read Jason White’s letter below: 

   
    
Everything Is Going Down, But The Word Of God……While at the Hawks game tonight my phone began to ring out of control with text messages, calls, and Facebook in-box messages about Jason White being fired by Bishop Charles Edward Blake. White was releaved of his duties as of March 8, 2016 and was celebrated in church two days prior on March 6, 2016 for his winning a Stellars Gospel Music Award. Rumors have been flying since word getting out that his services were no longer needed at the West Angeles Church Of God In Christ. According to members of my Obnoxious Street Committee there has been some issues with Jason for sometime now, but Bishop Blake continued to allow him to serve as Director of Music and Worship Arts.  

In the letter Jason White posted on Facebook in twenty years of employment he only could think of two occasions tha would ha warranted termination. Seems he is not aware that only one is enough to cause you to loose your job. Additionally, he expressed he felt Bishop Blake should have given him an explanation as to why he was releasing from his duties. Perhaps due to his feeling that Bishop was more than a boss, but a Spiritual Father he became to common and comfortable. It is confusing that Jason, like Earl Carter feels that Bishop Blake owes them something and has to explain or justify his actions with them prior to making a decision. As indicated in White’s letter Bishop Blake met with him for all of seven minutes to fire him, which indicates that Jason had to have known things were not good after 20 years. A real son knows his father, White claims Blake was more than his boss so why attempt to front o him by writing an open letter and posting it on social media at 3:44pm (PST). Clearly, White has entered a fight his is not equipped to win.  

Without question Bishop Blake is a spiritual leader, but he is also a CEO as well. Now Judy Christie McAllister is back in LA and might be the reason Jason had to be eliminated to make room for her. Bishop Blake most likely will not respond to White’s public attack and if he did not want to take the severance package then he has no one to blame, but himself. The former Director of Music and Arts might have forgotten he founded and operated his own production company all while working at West A or the number additionally money making opportunities afforded unto him all because he worked for the Presiding Bishop of the Church Of God In Christ. People do not get it twisted and think for one second you cannot be elimaited and things not roll on without you. Thouse thousands of car will be at West A with or without Jason White, who perhaps became confused with his role. People attend a church because of the pastor. The music and ministries enhance him or her and for music people will by a good CD. Obnoxious Media reached out to Jason White, but he has yet to respond.