Centino Kemp, 22, one of the five men who alleged that he had a sexual relationship with Bishop Eddie Long, has taken to Twitter to show his anger that the self-proclaimed Man of God is having a Spirit & Truth Conference in his Bahamian hometown, reports the Urban Daily.
As previously reported by NewsOne, Kemp claimed that his relationship with Long began in college. Eventually, he tattooed Long’s name on his wrist with the words: “Never a Mistake, Always a Lesson.”
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Upon learning that Long was moving forward with the conference, Kemp once again broke his silence:
See Kemp’s interview below:
Kemp was among five men, including Jamal Parris, Spencer LaGrande, Maurice Robinson and Anthony Flagg, to accuse Long of sexual abuse.
The cases were settled in secret last May. The terms have not been disclosed.
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