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Feb 18

‘Preachers’ Daughters’ Star Lolly White Reacts To Tamera Mowry Housley Calling Her Out On National TV

EEW Magazine recently reported that Tamera Mowry-Housley, Christian co-host of “The Real,” spoke a prophetic word into a reality star’s life on her national talk show.

Now 24-year-old Lolly White, star of Lifetime’s “Preachers’ Daughters,” is responding to the unexpected event.

“I’ve heard that all of my life, but to hear it on national television from Tamera it was like ‘ahhh Tamera,’” she said in a Christian Post interview.

“I mean I’m young and it’s hard because I’m trying to live two lives and God says you can only serve one master. So I’m still trying to find my way, and I’m on my way and it will happen, definitely.”

On “The Real,” Mowry Housley told her, “Ms. Lolly, I have a word for you. I’ve been sitting here looking at you. You might not like what I have to say, but, you can run, but you can’t hide from your calling.”

She added, “You are going to have a huge testimony. I can already tell.”

So far, Lifetime’s resident contrarian has earned quite the reputation for being outspoken, wild, foul-mouthed and tough-skinned.

Reality cameras have captured the South Central Los Angeles, California native refusing to participate in missions work and getting into quite a few run-ins with her cast mates.

White also drinks—a lot, cusses like a sailor, brings random men back to the house and enjoys “turning up.”

Though admittedly flawed, she said, “You’re going to fall, but you’re going to get back up, but it’s about how you get back up. You’re never perfect and you’re never going to be perfect.

She added, “You can only try to be like Christ. He’s coming back to get His people one day and guess what? I’m going to be on that train.”


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