Reformed Rapper Calls Out 12 Popular Pastors as 'False Teachers'

Shai Linne's new album, which released April 9, drops more than beats.

Update (April 19): Rapper Shai Linne defended his characterization of Paula White as a "false teacher" in a lengthy letter to her son and manager, who complained about her mention in his latest song.

"My song was not about you, your financial status, the genuineness of your faith, your mother's prayers for you or the good things that Paula White Ministries does. The song was about the false doctrine that Paula White and others have publicly taught for many years and continue to teach," he wrote. (Full text of his response is posted on the Wade-o-Radio website.)

In his argument, Shai Linne said that White falsely teaches elements of the prosperity gospel, including that "physical healing and financial abundance in this life are provided for in the atonement of Christ."

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Update (April 12): Paula White's son and manager defended her ministry and argued against her characterization as a false teacher in a letter to Shai Linne in response ...

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