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Creflo Dollar, the preacher  who recently began a campaign for 200,000 people to make donations of $300 or more to his fund raising for the acquisition of a $65 million-dollar Gulfstream jet has taken down the website following backlash.

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He's married to Taffi with whom he has had five kids since 1985 play

He's married to Taffi with whom he has had five kids since 1985

(Daily Mail)

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Creflo Dollar, the preacher  who recently began a campaign for 200,000 people to make donations of $300 or more to his fund raising for the acquisition of a $65 million-dollar Gulfstream jet has taken down the website following backlash.

Criticisms poured in from everywhere including one from The Roots' Kristen West Vali. She said:

Dollar would rather press people living below the federal poverty line—people with no jobs, no insurance, no health care and, in some cases, no homes—into funding his luxurious travel?

“The man should be ashamed of himself, but apparently he’s not. Anyone bold enough to tell a congregation that he had visions of executing anyone who didn’t pay tithes clearly has no conscience. Yes, he told them that the only reason they’re still alive is that he’s “covered with the blood of Jesus””

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