Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy talks black lives matter. During white guilt conversation gives rapper Lecrae a shoe shine.
A lonely man reacts to Pastor Louie Giglio, rapper Lecrae and Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy “honest conversation about race and the Church” from a June 14, 2020 video on the Passion City Church YouTube channel. Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy suggested white people should shine African Americans shoes to express their white guilt.
Dan Cathy CEO of Chick-fil-A sat down for a televised discussion at Atlanta’s Passion City Church on Sunday with Pastor Louie Giglio and Christian rapper Lecrae to engage in what the church described as “an open and honest conversation around how racism has plagued our city for generations, and the steps we can all take to confront it head-on in our church, our neighborhoods, and our hearts.” He was bending the knee to black people.
The Chick-fil-A CEO shared a story told to him about a revival that happened in Texas, where a young man at the service who was “gripped with conviction about the racism that was happening” in the small town expressed his conviction by kneeling down before an elderly African American man and shining the gentleman’s shoes. Cathy said “the tears began to flow in that service.”
Will the Chick Fil A CEO REGRET bending the knee to black people? Or will he apologizing for white guilt?
Join Dan Cathy, Lecrae, and Louie Giglio for an open and honest conversation around how racism has plagued our city for generations, and the steps we can all take to confront it head-on in our church, our neighborhoods and our hearts. Dan Cathy, CEO of Chick-fil-A, talks to rapper Lecrae.