Here We Go Again: Marvin Sapp Blasts Thirsty Church Ladies For Showing Up At His Home
Well, it looks like Marvin Sapp is being showered with “unwanted attention” yet again. Yesterday, the “Never Would Have Made It” singer took to his Facebook page, again, urging women to stop popping up at his home. His post reads:
“IMPORTANT!!!! WOMEN PLEASE STOP SHOWING UP AT MY HOME!!! I haven’t and won’t inbox you if I’m interested. I’m not communicating with you via social media or through subliminal messaging. I’m not inboxing you asking for any amounts of money for anything. And to the woman that showed up today at 7:30am I have the make, model and license plate of your automobile and have reported it to the authorities. #ThisMustStop #UNWANTEDATTENTION.”
This of course, isn’t the first time the widowed singer has gone public with tales of extremely persistent women who have aggressively pursued (and sometimes even stalked) him. Earlier this year, we were all shocked to learn that the single father actually had a restraining order taken out against Teleka Patrick, a missing medical student who relatives say suffered from a mental illness and whose body was later recovered from Lake Charles.
I can’t quite put my finger on it, but there’s just something slightly bizarre about the nature and frequency of these stories. As someone who was raised in the church and has witnessed firsthand how relentless some women can be in their quests to be crowned First Lady, I still can’t help but wonder why Marvin has consistently been a target for this kind of behavior.