WATCH | Bishop T.D. Jakes denies getting lit at Diddy’s sex parties

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WATCH | Bishop T.D. Jakes denies getting lit at Diddy’s sex parties

A spokesperson for T.D. Jakes is responding to reports that the famed bishop attended many of Diddy’s kinky gay sex parties.

“Recent claims circulating on pockets of social media about Bishop T.D. Jakes are unequivocally false and baseless,” Jordan A. Hora, executive director of public relations and communications for the T.D. Jakes Group, T.D. Jakes Ministries and The Potter’s House, told The Christian Post.

“What has always been true, in the words of the late Pastor Charles H. Spurgeon, ‘If you want the truth to go round the world you must hire an express train to pull it; but if you want a lie to go round the world it will fly; it is as light as a feather, and a breath will carry it,’” Hora added.

Per The Christian Post, Hora said it was “disheartening to witness the proliferation of numerous deepfake photos and the distortion of words through false, sensationalized misrepresentations, encapsulating purported statements to falsely speculate and attack others, including Bishop Jakes.”

The statement comes after Germaine McKinley, host of the YouTube channel Tuff News TV, said he was sent an email from an unnamed source that allegedly stated: “… multiple male escorts corroborated the fact that T.D. Jakes [has] slept with multiple men at Diddy’s parties and abroad.”

The tea spiller added, “It’s also been said that a young male has acquired a lawyer to represent him as he is set to sue Jakes for an incident that took place when he was just 16 years old.”

Hora told The Christian Post that Jakes is “undeterred by false, perverse, ignorant, and conspiratorial speculations,” and he will “persevere in his continued dedication to create meaningful change for millions around the globe guided by the timeless principles of compassion, service, and ministry.”

Meanwhile, Bishop Jakes made time recently to deny getting litty at Diddy’s “freak-offs.”

During Sunday’s sermon, the bishop briefly addressed the false claims in the Instagram clip below.