Cedric ‘BIG CED’ Thornton (Black Enterprise) – Controversy has surrounded a famed gospel singer due to her participation in an ad campaign commissioned by the Department of Health and Human Services, according to Madame Noire.
CeCe Winans is slated to appear alongside celebrities such as Dennis Quaid, Dr. Anthony Fauci, and Garth Brooks in a Department of Health and Human Services ad campaign to speak about how the Trump administration has handled the coronavirus pandemic. The planned ads will air before Election Day on November 3.
Fans of Winans were shocked and dismayed and took her appearance in the ad as an endorsement of the divisive president, Donald Trump. In response, Winans took to Twitter to explain her participation, assuring people that it wasn’t political and that she was asked by U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams to
“I was asked a couple of weeks ago to do an interview with the Surgeon General Jerome Adams about the coronavirus. And this interview stresses how important it is for everyone to wear a mask and it also gives us other instructions on how to get on the other side of this pandemic. It was not political at all.
“We have lost so many lives because of COVID-19. Let’s all do everything we can so we won’t lose anymore.
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