‘Nobody Knows Me Better’ gospel singer Vicki Yohe should’ve known better than to so avidly announce her support of President Trump and his policies over the weekend.
On the same day a record 2.9 million women marched worldwide to convey a message of complete disapproval for the recently inaugurated businessman, Yohe – a white gospel singer with a strong Black following – took to Twitter to salute the ‘Apprentice’ star and ended up getting schooled by some angry followers in the process.
In fact, the dragging was so merciless she turned her timeline off to protect it from further harassment. See it inside:
After the ‘Because of Who You Are’ singer took to Instagram to say:
Her Twitter timeline has been lit up:
Ouch! Looks like she’ll have to sit out a while like fellow gospel divas Shirley Caesar and Kim Burrell.
Update: She has since addressed the backlash multiple twice and even offered an apology after a number of churches have begun cancelling her scheduled appearances.