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Howard University students ask for boycott of Tonex’s concert

tonexboycottTonex has been no stranger to controversy in past years. From his flamboyant interviews with any television crew willing to interview him express his homosexual behaviors and how he claims he is “finally free,” to outrightly bashing many Christian artists who he claims are wolves in sheep’s clothing. His new concert, set for September 15 at The Howard Theatre, is causing many students at the school to become quite upset. With a Facebook page created entitled “Don’t support Tonex concert” and a Twitter handle, @BoycottTonex (which as of this morning has been removed), students at Howard believe the same negative words he spoke about many current Christian artists are his exact behaviors.

Angela Powell said, “He’s confused. One second he says he’s not gay then does a tour and says he is. He said he quit gospel but then comes out and says he’s not finished with Christian music yet. He needs to sit down somewhere.”

Curtis Montgomery, a second-year biology major, told, “As a Christian, homosexuality is wrong. I don’t support it and I’m glad so many students are standing up and rejecting this concert also.”

Students have posted signs throughout Howard University asking people not to support the concert and to return their tickets for a full refund.

Curtis and Angela are two of many undergraduate and graduate students who will be located outside the concert protesting and handing out Christian tracts.

Below is a video interview Tonex did with Path Magazine in 2011.



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