If you're a living, breathing, human being with access to the internet, chances are you have seen or much less heard about the latest video to take social media by storm. The short clip features a man who claims to be 'delivered' from homosexuality.
The young man took the stage at the 2014 Church of God and Christ (COGIC) Holy Convocation and proclaimed "I'm not gay no more... I am delivered!" The man confessed that he was no longer attracted to men, and vowed to love women, in front of a large congregation. The speech unintentionally set him off into instant online fame. Check out the 1-minute clip below.
Since the video surfaced online, the man identified as 21 year-old Andrew Caldwell, has become to topic of several discussions, many of which question the legitimacy of his testimony. Caldwell recently spoke with Church Folk Revolution Radio
, insisting that his deliverance was in fact sincere, "No I am not fooling myself, I know I'm truly delivered..." he says. He also admitted that he has always wanted to be famous, but tat the video "was not planned."
Whether the speech was a moment of truth for the convert or a scam seems to have little bearings on the onslaught of funny memes and parody videos that have been shared all over social media.
Do you believe Caldwell's deliverance is real or a hoax?