Gospel music sensation, Deitrick Haddon, recently announced the termination of his marriage. He talked about this and other matters on “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show.”
Haddon talked about a cheating scandal involving Isaac Carree and his new fiancée. Haddon said, “I learned that people are not ready for the truth or transparency. When you go there, they’re [like]what? What in the world?” he said about his telling the truth online.
A short while ago Haddon spoke about his hatred toward Carree with respect to an alleged adulterous affair with Damita Haddon, his now ex-wife. In a Facebook message Haddon wrote, “I do expect Isaac Carree to stand up and be man enough to own his mistakes & give his fans the truth they deserve to know.”
Haddon admits that his initial feeling of hurt and anger got the better of him. “I was so upset, cause I didn’t believe that something like that could happen to me when I dedicated my entire life to the Kingdom, to advancing the Kingdom since I was 10 years old—preaching since I was 10 years old,” Haddon said.
Haddon continued, “I went through something that made me walk away. I didn’t fall. I walked away. I went on war. I went on a war against God.”
Haddon and his ex-wife once pastored a church and had everything going for them, but then suddenly, it all came “crashing down.”
“When you go through something like that, your mind, you kind of lose your mind for a minute, and I actually lost my mind for a minute,” he confessed. “But thank God for His mercy and grace. He brought me back.”
Haddon went on to say, “I experienced that, how you can be so hurt from people and things that happen in life that you say, ‘I don’t care nothing about church, singing no gospel music, I don’t care nothing about none of it. I’m just trying to live!”
Adams, host of the radio show, said to Haddon, “If you do a renewal of the mind, you will understand there will always be those who are distractions and detractors, but remember who you’re called to.”
However, Haddon now says that he has a “fresh vision, fresh anointing.”