Bishop Lamor Whitehead has gotten himself into the news again and this time around, it isn’t about him being robbed during a virtual church service. It’s about him challenging D.L. Hughley to a boxing match for a whopping $1 million.
According to Vlad;
Bishop Lamor Whitehead, the pastor who went viral after being robbed during a church service, is now challenging D.L. Hughley to a boxing match.
Bishop Whitehead took to Instagram Live to explain that he recently did an interview with Hughley, which he said got a little heated. The bishop stated, “Wait ’til y’all hear this interview. I’m sitting there like, ‘Yo, bro. Brotha. Yo, I actually like you. I watch your movies. You know?” Whitehead then stated that Hughley was screaming “like a little girl” and “like a little chihuahua” during the interview.
D.L. Hughley responded to Whitehead’s video on The Shade Room, writing in the comments about Whitehead “spitting all over the scree” during the video. Hughley then asked “What ‘pastor’ do you know that can ‘put up a million dollars right now’ ?? Reading from the book of scamlations.”
The Fendi Father has been exposed as a scammer.
The jewelry and his role at the Leaders of Tomorrow International Church (and the occasional fugitive negotiation) aside, Whitehead also dabbles in real estate. On Instagram, he boasts about “buying blocks,” posing (in, yes, a Fendi sweater) in front of a half-block-long, 48-unit apartment complex in Hartford, Connecticut, that his LLC, Whitehead Estates, bought in 2021. In January, he was back in front of the same apartment complex, advertising real-estate classes, But Whitehead Estates doesn’t appear to have a website, and the sign-up for the classes was a church email address.
The address listed on that loan is an apartment in a rent-stabilized complex in Prospect–Lefferts Gardens that was purchased by a seemingly unaffiliated LLC in 2012. At the time, Whitehead was in Sing Sing, serving a five-year sentence for his involvement in a $2 million identity-theft scam.
Last week, The City reported that a parishioner was suing Whitehead for stealing her life savings of $90,000, which she’d entrusted to him to help her buy a house. She’d had trouble getting a home loan because of bad credit; Whitehead had helped her son find a place to live, and he encouraged her to seek Whitehead’s help. But the pastor, after taking her money, allegedly told her he was treating it as a donation to his campaign for Brooklyn borough president. Last summer, he accidentally emailed her son a contract to purchase a $4.4 million mansion in Saddle River, New Jersey, although the sale never went through.
What does he own, then? A more modest (by comparison) home in Paramus, New Jersey — a six-bedroom McMansion that he purchased for $1.64 million in 2019. It has a double-height living room, lots of cherry-stained wood, and a main bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub overlooking the yard.
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