Pastor John A. Moore and his wife are denying Dr. Juanita Bynum's claims of him seeing her underwear which ultimately led her skipping the conference which they were supposed to attend.
According to Pastor John A. Moore and his wife, Bynum should have spoken or contacted them through phone, after she believed he went into her Hilton hotel room and saw her undergarments on the bed.
While she wasn't there, Bynum felt "naked" that the pastor saw her underwear laid out on the bed that way. She spoke about the incident on a Facebook Live video, saying she couldn't preach in Moore's "Breaking The Rules" conference because of the incident.
“The fact that I’m getting ready to go and stand in somebody’s pulpit who’s seen my underwear, I’m sorry people, I just felt naked and I still do and just felt so violated.”
After seeing the allegations, Pastor Moore and his wife apologized to Dr. Bynum for the miscommunication and for her feeling that way after the incident.
However, they also made sure to voice out their own side, saying the miscommunication has led to a damaged image of them.
“Through miscommunication, misunderstandings and a Facebook Live post, the details and frustrations have been made public. We want to be the first to apologize for any misunderstanding, miscommunication, disrespect and offense. We always operate from a place of excellence.”
Minister Kenya L. Moore also wanted to clarify what exactly went about during that time, especially since the allegations made against her husband are offensive and derogatory.
“Today we want to refute those allegations as they are personally and professionally offensive, derogatory and highly unacceptable.”
According to Kenya, the pastor went into Bynum's room with hotel staff to make sure everything was good for her arrival.
However, when he entered, he realized that Bynum had already checked in as he saw her luggage. After calling out to see if anyone was inside, he left right after.
Bynum's belief that Moore saw her underwear came after a conversation amongst the hotel manager, Bynum's assistant, and Bynum herself.
The pastor and his wife shared that they would've loved to explain all of this to the doctor herself, but never got the chance to.
Ultimately, Pastor Moore still spoke highly of Bynum during the conference despite not pushing through with her segment.
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