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Reader the senior pastor of World Changers Church, Creflo A.
Dollars has called the church to shame for its bad treatment of Snoop Dogg.
It's the fact that he is still actively engaged in his past lifestyle and culture that contradicts The Word of God.
So here's "Cinnamon Girl"'s story as relayed to us over a series of posts and messages. The kids from my high school called me the Cinnamon Girl.
"Without hesitation Neil came right over and stood beside me. I looked up at him and he was the cutest boy I had ever seen. " I said you get to hang around with me for a couple of hours. He seemed to be a little shy but amused by the situation.
We spent the night in a park on the edge of a kid's sandbox talking about our lives, our dreams and the urgency for him to get to California.I was living way out in Etobicoke with my parents and we weren't allowed to go to places like a coffee house named The Riverboat.It was there in front of The Riverboat that I met Neil one afternoon. Funny thing is if Neil had not been carrying his guitar we never would have met. I met Neil when I was in high school at Kipling Collegiate in Etobicoke Toronto in late spring, early summer of 1968.I was one of the first flower child kids at my high school.My best friend had just been bragging to me that her and her sister & another friend now had super cute boyfriends who played in a band.She said they were the singer and guitar & bass player that were playing at El Patio in Yorkville. I told my friend I was going to try and find a drummer to be my boyfriend.I guess the best way to describe it was I found him to be intoxicating. When we first met I was playing a crazy game with him, and he seemed amused by it.We talked about horseback riding, getting a farm one day, and the fact that I wouldn't tell him my age.My friend saw him there waiting .....estimated he waited for 2 hours and then was gone...I tried in the early years to contact Neil but letters were returned.