TD Jakes Denies Recent Sex-Based Allegations

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James Lasher

Recent allegations against Bishop T.D. Jakes, the popular televangelist and leader of The Potter’s House megachurch in Dallas, Texas, have caused a stir in the Christian community.

An unverified report has accused Jakes of being a frequent participant at sex parties hosted by music mogul Sean Combs, known as Diddy. However, a representative for Jakes has dismissed the claims as “unequivocally false and baseless.”

As reported by The Christian Post, “Recent claims circulating on pockets of social media about Bishop T.D. Jakes are unequivocally false and baseless,” Jordan A. Hora, executive director of public relations and communications for the T.D. Jakes Group, T.D. Jakes Ministries and The Potter’s House, told The Christian Post in an exclusive statement Thursday.

“What has always been true, in the words of the late Pastor Charles H. Spurgeon, ‘If you want the truth to go round the world you must hire an express train to pull it; but if you want a lie to go round the world it will fly; it is as light as a feather, and a breath will carry it,'” Hora added.


The representative emphasized that the claims are based on false, sensationalized misrepresentations and deepfake photos.

The allegations against Jakes have been trending on social media platforms, and a YouTube channel known as Tuff News TV claimed that singer Cassie had turned over a burner phone belonging to the late model Kim Porter, which allegedly contained recordings of Diddy’s alleged “sex parties” attended by Jakes.

However, the source of these allegations has not been verified, and a representative from Tuff News TV did not respond to requests for comment from The Christian Post.

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In response to the claims, Jakes’ team has emphasized its dedication to creating meaningful change for millions around the globe guided by the principles of compassion, service and ministry. The team has also highlighted Jakes’ long-standing reputation as a well-known figure in the Christian community, renowned for his books, philanthropic work and filling arenas across the globe with followers.

“As a filmmaker, executive producer and one of the pioneers of value-based movies, Bishop Jakes, in his role as CEO of T.D. Jakes Entertainment, paid respect to the former Chairman of Revolt during the celebration of his birthday,” Derrick Williams, executive vice president of TD Jakes Entertainment, who was also in attendance at the party, told The Christian Post.

“Bishop Jakes was in LA for important business meetings, and we felt that a quick appearance at the former Chairman of Revolt’s birthday event was the respectful thing to do since Bishop Jakes’ sermons are aired on the Revolt Network,” he explained.

“We both greeted the family, Bishop Jakes recorded a brief celebratory birthday video and left immediately to take our other scheduled meetings. Any accusation to the contrary is wholly unsubstantiated, unverified and false,” Williams insisted. “Bishop Jakes will continue to break down barriers and find relevant ways to tell faith-based and value-based stories. This and only this continues to be our North Star.”


The allegations against Bishop T.D. Jakes serve as a reminder for Christians to approach such claims with caution and to seek the truth. As the Bible teaches, it is important to show compassion and care for others, especially those who may be marginalized or in need. It is also important to remember that spreading false information can be harmful and that the truth should be sought out before making judgments or sharing unverified information.

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James Lasher is staff writer for Charisma Media.


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