White Pastor Louie Giglio Apologizes For Saying Slavery Was A 'Blessing'


White Pastor Louie Giglio went viral this week after his remarks that slavery was a “blessing” circulated the web.

Following the backlash, he posted a video of apology. He says he poorly selected his phrases.

“We perceive the curse that was slavery, white folks do, and we are saying that was unhealthy however we miss the blessing of slavery that it truly constructed up the framework for the world that white folks dwell in and lived in,” Giglio stated in the course of the chat with Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy and rapper Lecrae.

“While you say these two phrases, it is like a fuse goes off for lots of white folks as a result of they do not need anyone telling them to examine their privilege I do know that you just and I each have struggled in today with Hey, if the phrase is the journey up, let’s recover from the phrase and let’s get right down to the center, let’s get right down to what then do you need to name it, and I feel possibly an ideal factor for me is to name it ‘white blessing’.”

The Black group was outraged by his try and go slavery off as a blessing and at Lecrae for not instantly calling him out.

Giglio posted the next apology to his social media.

“I simply wished to return on to you at present and sincerely apologize to be used of the phrase of Sunday ‘white blessing’ and I want to prolong my apology to each single individual listening to me proper now and most significantly I prolong my apology to my black brother and sisters. I like so many and am so burdened by what is occurring in our nation proper now, and I am heartbroken about the place we’re as a nation,” he stated within the video posted to Twitter.