Run and tell this: YouTube celebrity Antoine Dodson is "no longer into homosexuality" after becoming a "Black Hebrew Israelite."
Before Sweet "Ain't nobody got time for that" Brown there was Antoine Dodson, who became an Internet star in 2010 after he was interviewed for a news story in Huntsville, AL about the attempted rape of his sister. His outrageous warning — “Hide your wife, hide your kids, hide your husband ’cause they’re raping everybody” — became a viral Autotuned sensation.
"I have to renounce myself, I'm no longer into homosexuality I want a wife and family, I want to multiply and raise and love my family that I create," he recently wrote on Facebook. "I could care less about the fame and fortune, I've giving all that up to know the true history of the bible. For I am the True Chosen Hebrew Israelite descendant of Judah. And as True Israel I know that there are certain things we just can't do. And I totally understand that now. I don't need a Mercedes Benz, I don't need a big house in Beverly Hills all I need is the Most High and my family (Israel). I have been awaken by the great and so should you. Let's be delivered from the wickedness of the world and live the way we should. The Most High bless all and have a beautiful evening. Israel wake up and take full power of who you are. I'm ready are you?"
Antoine also did a Bible-beating video chat with HuffPost Live. "It's not praying the gay away because it can be lifted," he says. "If you really want to change your life, and just get rid of it, then you can. And that's what I'm doing. I'm not saying I don't have the memories of my past, because I do, and I see it everyday in my mind. But I'm trying to move away from that and become a better person. That's all."
As for his fierce style and flamboyant traits? Antoine, who describes his gay past as "dumb," explains that he's always been attracted to the "art of a woman" and mistakenly "tried to actually be that instead of being with that." Ah, well that explains it.
Watch the HuffPost Live interview below and stick around for a flashback of gayer times.