Natalie Grant says she and husband lost thousands of followers after speaking out against racism

By The Christian Post

Bernie Herms and singer Natalie Grant arrive at the 57th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California, February 8, 2015. | (Photo: Reuters/Mario Anzuoni)

Award-winning Christian singer Natalie Grant and her husband, composer Bernie Herms, revealed they’ve lost thousands of fans after speaking up against racism following the death of George Floyd. 

In response, Grant hosted an Instagram Live conversation Wednesday with a few of her black friends on racial issues in America to help educate herself and her followers. 

"Maybe you're like me and you've said, 'I'm not a racist.' I mean, I'm not a racist. And if you are a white Christian in America, I'm going to guess you've probably actually said that,” Grant said. “What I am learning in humility is that just because I've never acted, or said, or bought into a racist rhetoric, that my silence doesn't make me not a racist, that my silence actually adds to the problem of racism.”

Source:The Christian Post