Finally, The Whole (Foods) Truth from Pastor Jordan Brown

940926_1255919061103707_3726745395969731775_ni don’t get why animals do this.
they create a spectacle,
get caught up,
and then have to admit they lied to the world.
no pride?
well remember ( x this story ) with pastor jordan brown?
he is the gay pastor who accused whole foods of writing a gay slur on a cake.

well look at the outcome…

The Texas pastor who sued Whole Foods in April for allegedly writing a gay slur on a cake he bought withdrew his lawsuit on Monday and apologized to the supermarket chain for perpetrating a hoax, KVUE reported.

“The company did nothing wrong,” openly gay pastor Jordan Brown wrote in a Monday statement. “I was wrong to pursue this matter and use the media to perpetuate this story.”

Brown said in April that he requested a cake from Whole Foods with the phrase “Love Wins” written on it, but when he received his cake there was a homophobic remark added. Brown made the accusation in an Internet video and launched a lawsuit shortly thereafter.

But alert viewers quickly pointed out that the icing style used to write “Love Wins” and the gay slur appeared to differ, and Whole Foods released surveillance video showing the cake being purchased with the UPC code in a different location than Brown’s video, suggesting the cake had been opened and tampered with.

“Our bakery team member wrote “Love Wins” at the top of the cake, which was visible to Mr. Brown through the clear portion of the packaging,” Whole Foods said in an April statement. “That’s exactly how the cake was packaged and sold at the store.”

The bakery member implicity accused by Brown of writing the slur was a “part of the LGBTQ community,” according to Whole Foods.

“I want to apologize to Whole Foods and its team members for questioning the company’s commitment to its values, and especially the baker associate who I understand was put in a terrible position because of my actions,” Brown said in the statement.

I apologize to the LGBT community for diverting attention from real issues. I also want to apologize to my partner, my family, my church family, and my attorney.”

Whole Foods filed a countersuit against Brown and hasn’t said if it would drop that action now that Brown has dropped his lawsuit.

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smh.
his church rating on it’s facebook page:

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eek.
maybe he didn’t want to be a pastor anymore?
maybe he thought this was a “brilliant” idea instead of bowing out gracefully?
i’m trying to figure out the motive.
hell it could just be simply “crazy”.
on lighter news,
he has the exact look tyler perry approves of during his casting calls.
 this whole ordeal might be a set up from God!
he does work in mysterious ways.

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…okay bye.

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lowkey: i wonder how many of his members jumped ship?
any f-bi in austin willing to go rogue one sunday?
pictures and video please.

article taken: fox news

Author: jamari fox

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10 thoughts on “Finally, The Whole (Foods) Truth from Pastor Jordan Brown

  1. Well he better pray to God that the Whole Food doesn’t counter sue him for defamation. On a much serious note he needs to ease up on the cake because he’s growing titties.

  2. Evil, evil, evil and greeedy at that. This pastor i’m sure lost his flock, and credibility. Trying to be on a come up, money hungry bastard and false prophet!

  3. He could have gotten someone, or multiple fired if he got his way. Disgusting. Whole Foods should probably continue suing him at the full extent of the law. You don’t mess with a company or people’s livelihood like that. That’s unacceptable and he deserves punishment. I couldn’t imagine if that was my job on the line!

  4. He needs his ass whooped. You can look at him and tell he’s disturbed. All that light skin doesn’t fool me.

  5. I note that he didn’t admit that he lied but only that the company did nothing wrong and that he apologized for his actions. He apparently wants Whole Foods to drop the lawsuit. I wonder if the lawsuit was done under penalty of perjury. If so, the District Attorney/State’s Attorney/Prosecuting Attorney may make an example of him.

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