Grammy Award-winning recording artist Le’Andria Johnson, 30, also pastor of Imperfect People Changing (IPC) Ministries, is no stranger to controversy. Recently, she faced criticism for handing out and lighting up cigarettes while witnessing to individuals on the street, and also, for scathing tweets that appeared on her Twitter timeline, blasting Music World Gospel CEO Matthew Knowles, calling him a “crook.”
Although the Sunday Best alum’s antics are nothing new, Motown Gospel star and former label mate Micah Stampley argues that airing dirty laundry online related to business is a no-no. “I don’t think artists should ‘go there’ on social media,” he said.
In an interview with UK blog, ThatGrapeJuice.net, while promoting his new album “Love Never Fails,” he said, “I think that frustration and pain cause people to react certain ways about certain issues that they have with their labels. There are a lot of artists in that same position.”