Lisa Raye is of Native American and African American descent.
Educated at the Thornidge High School and Kenwood Academy, she later joined Eastern Illinois University.
It’s too short to have these weird rules about censoring love and not showing it.” She added, “People need to be it’s ok, be gay and loud.” Just last week, the signer shared this sweet image of she and her “punpkin” on Instagram, expressing her love.
“I always think of how showing off love as an artist takes the mystery away… or just plain makes both parties vulnerable and open,” she wrote.
The show will also star other Los Angeles-based pastors including Bishop Clarence Mc Clendon, Pastor Wayne Chaney, Bishop Ron Gibson, Pastor Jay Haizlip, and gospel singer Deitrick Haddon.