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Another church queen bites the dust bish! It is much cheaper to just be yourself and accept who are you well minus engaging with inappropriate conversations with minors. Leave these lil boys alone!

10271254_10203793966039517_8761024939922352428_o (1)Demarcus Smith was a Pastor at Oak Hill Missionary Baptist Church out of Memphis, TN. The typical type of ‘silent sissy of the pew” is what I call them. They speak out against homosexuality while living in denial.

He was charged with one count of coercion and solicitation of a minor; one count of production of child pornography; and one count of receipt of child pornography.

Smith pled guilty to one count of receipt of child pornography.

Prosecutors say he used the Facebook Messenger app to send explicit photos and have explicit conversations. –


Screen Shot 2016-01-16 at 12.05.32 PM You can always tell when somebody is guilty cause they start calling on the help of God when no one else is there for them.

Mighty funny he put this up on Facebook considering his messages to an underage boy was his downfall. It’s being reported that he was sending & receiving explicit photos to a minor. Now we don’t know if Demarcus knew the minor was underage cause the kids be out here lying. It’s a sad situation and just goes to show that you may not really know a person.

Let his lesson be a message to you if you’re fighting with your sexuality and in the church. Be yourself everybody is already taken. You should still be able to practice your faith while still remaining true to yourself.

Demarcus Smith was sentenced to 85 months in prison… 7 years basically.


Do you have a Demarcus at your church? 





  1. YaYa

    January 16, 2016 at 8:03 pm

    Dead @ do you have a Demarcus at your church. I am here in Memphis and totally not surprised, although I dont get unto the whole religion thing. People please be true to yourself!

  2. Lashawn

    January 16, 2016 at 8:55 pm


  3. Ashley

    January 18, 2016 at 7:43 am

    “Silent sissy of the pew,” no matter how much I think I’ve prepared u always gimme somethin I can feel!!! I’m in here crying! ? But you are correct, the perpetrating is the problem. I wish people would find the peace to be themselves….and also stop messin with these kids.

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