A pastor who went viral after accusing Christian of being a Beyoncé fan once went to his concert and tweeted that it was “wonderful.”

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  • Reverend Tiffany Montgomery went viral when she reprimanded Beyoncé fan Christian.

  • However, some recall her own past tweets in which she praised the singer, as well as the book she wrote.

  • Some say Montgomery is a hypocrite, but she says these are remnants of her life before she was “saved.”

Reverend Tiffany Montgomery has gone viral for denouncing Beyoncé fans, Christians, and calling her a “witch.”

However, some have accused Montgomery of hypocrisy after she discovered an old tweet praising the star.

“Had the chance to see Jay Z and Beyoncé in concert and it was AMAZING!!!” reads one of Montgomery’s tweets from 2014.

Montgomery, who calls herself a “prophet,” spoke about Beyoncé’s upcoming concerts at a recent gathering at Beyoncé’s ministry.

During the sermon, Montgomery said, “Anyone who goes to a Beyoncé concert, I condemn you in the name of Jesus. Why do you call yourself a Christian?” she shared on youtube and tick tock.

“I don’t care what pastor you get, I don’t care if you get a pastor who thinks it’s cool, I don’t care what pastor you get.”

Montgomery also suggested that Beyoncé was a “witch” by describing her fandom as “society.”

“When a witch has a coven, it’s usually a small thing. A coven of witches is usually three to seven people,” she said. Are you part of Mrs. Beehive?And do you call yourself a Christian?May the Lord’s dealings reach you.”

The original video had only a few views, but has been reshared hundreds of times on TikTok, with people adding their own thoughts.

one of these videos is By creator Raven Hartwell With over 360,000 views, it brought new attention to Montgomery’s teachings. She agreed with Montgomery, saying there was “no counterargument” and that God was “alarming” artists, including Beyoncé.

Others criticized Montgomery, saying it was preachers like her who drove her churches away. He said he didn’t like to be shy and reprimanded him for being inconsistent with his belief system.

“We all have the right to follow our religion and spiritual beliefs. It’s our constitutional right,” Cece said. No.”

Critics also included Beyonce’s former Destiny’s Child bandmate Michelle Williams.She mentioned that ‘a lot is going on’ in an instagram postabout an entertainer she knew.

Williams said, “I want to publicly pray for entertainers in the same way that I reprimand them and put their souls to hell.” I know it’s not my mission to do it. The devil is a liar.”

Montgomery also received backlash for several reasons described as hypocrisyOld tweets from 2010, 2011 and 2014 have resurfaced, stating that she loves Beyoncé and her music and has even been on the show.

Montgomery’s previous career as a writer was also nurtured.Amazon has some books sold under her name Titles such as “The Millionaire Mistress” and “Expensive Taste” all contain sexualized covers featuring women in lingerie.

One Twitter user accused Montgomery of being “fake” and “using the church for attention and money, and also writing despicable sensual sex books for money.”

Montgomery in the spotlight on TikTok Over 237 million views A video of her sermon addressed the criticism with several tweets on Feb. 13. You are as blind as you are today! ”

She also said she wrote the book between 2007 and 2009 but did not receive any money from the book because she sold the rights.

“What am I saying? What I am saying is that whenever you are a mouthpiece for God, they try to discredit you,” Montgomery wrote. “But I fear the living God more than dead skeletons!”

Insiders have reached out to Montgomery and Beyoncé’s representatives for further comment.

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