5 Preachers from the Atlanta area say they were kicked out Saturday night of the renowned Atlanta city night spot, “Magic City,” after attempting to pass out biblical materials to customers.
Rev. Miller Kingston, who is originally from Tampa, Florida said, “When I relocated here, I couldn’t believe how many preachers frequently visit strip clubs for pleasure.”
Rev. Kingston is known throughout the Tampa, Florida area as the “stripper preacher” because he visits area strip clubs frequently passing out biblical material to whoever is receptive.
He claims he wanted to bring his same habits from Tampa to Atlanta because no one else is ministering in the area strip clubs.
However, Saturday night, his reputation as the ‘stripper preacher’ from Tampa didn’t get him far with Atlanta’s popular nightspot, ‘Magic City’.
Rev. Kingston claims he paid admission like everyone else and did nothing to draw attention to himself. In fact, he claims he “dressed down” from his usual Sunday service attire to fit-in better with the crowd.
He claims when security heard about his methods of evangelizing in their club, they immediately surrounded him aggressively and demanded he leave immediately. He informed security he did nothing illegal and paid admission to attend until closing. He says security again demanded he leave immediately and would not allow him to go any further into the club. Rev. Kingston claims when he informed security there were 4 other ministers in the club also, he said security laughed and told him if they do not leave immediately they would be charged with trespassing.
Rev. Kingston said he left but not before leaving his 1000 Jesus flyers in the men’s room.
Rev. Kingston says he will not stop evangelizing in strip clubs and plans to attend 4 this upcoming weekend in Atlanta.