'I’m Not Gay No More' Guy to be Sued by Church for Selling Conversion Song (Video)

Andrew Caldwell, also known as the "I'm Not Gay No More' guy, became a YouTube star a few weeks ago when a video of his conversion from gay to straight went viral.

Caldwell's conversion was added to music and background singers by composer Andre Forbes (video below).

Now, Caldwell and Forbes have released a longer version on iTunes, as well as instrumental and karaoke versions of the unusual tune.

The grammatically incorrect song includes Caldwell stating in church, “I’m not gay no more! I don’t like mens no more. I said I like women.”

Caldwell made his dramatic conversion during a broadcast of the Church of God in Christ’s 107th Holy Convocation in Memphis, Tenn.

Caldwell has sold more than 200 singles so far, but the Church of God in Christ is threatening to sue him for copyright violation, noted the Grio.

The church claims that it owns the audio of his voice, but Caldwell told TMZ that he's copyrighted the song and owns his voice.

According to CentricTV.com, the Church of God in Christ issued a statement that read, "A video, which is now viral, of a young man stating his deliverance from a particular lifestyle does not, in any capacity, speak to all of the remarkable things that transpired before and during this great church convention."

The Church of God in Christ has already pulled the song off YouTube with a copyright claim.

Sources: Grio, CentricTV.com, TMZ


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