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Everything Is Going Down, But The Word Of God……Almost the long-planned event with the New York Gospel Stars in the Willibrordi-Dom on Wednesday evening would have been canceled because the boss and musical director Craig Wiggins had dropped out at short notice – especially in the jubilee year, because the choir will be ten years old in 2018 and Tour. As it was learned, Grammy award winner Wiggins (47) on Tuesday clashed with another choir musician in a Bochum Hotel. Wiggins was then seriously injured hospitalized. The other party (27) was arrested. The criminal police determined. But even without the leader, there was a good, about two-hour show. The two singers Ahmed Wallace and Tyron Flowers and their four colleagues Matia Washington, Alison Mitchell, Latoya Duggan and Brianna Turner provided a great singing experience. Pianist Eugene Reid accompanied the singers. Both together, as well as soloists shone all. What the audience got to hear was already great, even though the choir had performed in over 82 cities. Pure love of life was combined with deep, expressive and religious thoughts. There was a well-thought-out selection of traditional and modern gospels, composed in the style of jazz and soul. In the first half of the concert, the group performed with their deep blue robes, while in the festive outfit after the break. The proximity to the audience was unique: it is important for the singers to convey the “Good News” to the people. They brought people in with popular gospel songs like “Amen,” “Oh when the saints,” or “Oh Happy Day.” That made the concert even more emotional. Gorgeous solos such as the world hit sung by Ahmed Wallace and Tyron Flowers “I believe, I can fly” tore into applause storms. The clear tenor parts seemed light, soft and yet very flexible. Now the audience in Weseler Willibrordi Cathedral was fully present. It clapped, whistled and trampled. Enthusiasm for the solo of the youngest, Brianna Turner, who sang along for the first time. Quiet ballads and newer songs, which tore from the pews, made a round thing. More and more hands were now in the air, more and more was rhythmically mitgeklatscht and sung. That can only be the gospel music.
Obnoxious Media reported on this last year when he happened around March 10, 2017. According to members of my Obnoxious Street Committee close to the situation Craig and Malik McClain were extremely close and may have been privately in a relationship. However, due to a possibility of cheating with someone else Malik confronted Craig and the two men had a physical altercation. During the fight Malik, who is half of Craig’s age got the best of Craig he fell and hit his head causing him to be paralyzed and ultimately his death. The sad truth is that Craig never recovered and it is in certain if he ever made it back home after this unnecessary attack that claimed his life. The interesting thing is Hezekiah Walker sent staff and his manager Over to Germany and they were successful in bringing Malik back to the States. In fact Malik was back in New York for Easter Sunday and sat on the front row of Hezekiah’s concert next to him. It was there Hezekiah instructed attendees to leave Malik alone and give him his space. Rumor has it that if anyone approached him or asked questions and Hezekiah found out about it they would be dealt with according.
This is a sad commentary for the church. Here we have a man dead and prior to his death his quality of life taken from him. No way to explain this away no one can rationalize such a horffic act that was inflicted by people that claim salvation. These are not rappers or athletes, but people claiming salvation and singing Gospel songs acting barbaric and worst than the world and now a man is dead and for what? Craig should not be dead at the hands of someone he called a friend and a person claiming to know Christ. The church is capable of murder? When will the foolishness stop and we really live what we preach and sing about or is it all just a lie and a front to get some money?