In today’s society, we rarely see anyone who is ready and willing to speak about the evils that are happening in our communities, especially when it has to do with the Church. Bishop Bullwinkle is an American singer who spoke with his music about the evils in the Church and the hypocritical pastors that are rampant today.
He used social media (YouTube) to publish his videos, which reached a large number of viewers. These videos speak out against the camouflage of pastors and warn people to be on their guard so that they are not surprised by the whims of these so-called preachers of the Gospel. Read on for detailed information about Bishop Bullwinkle’s personal life and other facts.
Bishop Bullwinkle’s Biography
Bishop Bullwinkle, also known as Bull Winka, is a popular soul singer who was born on August 22, 1948, in Tampa, Florida. His real name is Bernard Thomas, and before he became famous and well-known, Bullwinkle worked as a pastor in a church in Alabama. There is no information about his educational background. There is also almost nothing known about the man’s love life, his parents, and siblings. Nevertheless, here’s what we do know about him.
Things You Need To Know About Bullwinkle
His Rise to Fame
Bishop Bullwinkle is an American soul singer and has attracted a lot of attention from all over the world through a video he posted on his YouTube channel that was seen by many people. This made him more popular, even though the video was received with mixed reactions by the audience due to the individual argumentation and interpretation of the facts he presented. The title of the song and video was “Hell 2 Da Naw Naw”, and in the video Bishop Bullwinkle, dressed in a white suit and sunglasses with a white hat, addressed the issue of hypocrisy in the Church.
The video was viewed over 3.5 million times and liked over 4,000 times within a short time of its release. The song was about the hypocrisy of preachers and about what is going on in many churches today that many people are not aware of. He invoked the use of a different approach to bring to light the long-overdue truth about some of the deeds that are happening in so many churches today.
A Preacher Slept With His Wife
In the song, he quoted the fact that many pastors and bishops do not do what they are supposed to do. He said that some are after the money they receive from the church, and some even go so far as to take advantage of single sisters, married women, and even widows. In his next song, “Some Preacher,” Bishop Bullwinkle also pointed out the corrupt things happening in the inner circle of the church. He even mentioned the fact that he too was a victim; a preacher, as he described him in his song, slept with his wife.
Bullwinkle believes in calling things as he sees them. He is a man who is not afraid to speak his mind. He’s very brave and has shown how much he hates the hypocrisy that reigns in the church today. So he has found a way to expose these evils in society, and this way of thinking has brought him the fame he enjoys today.
Despite the fact that there are some churches (and pastors) who are guilty of the things Bishop Bullwinkle mentioned, there are really good pastors and preachers out there who are still interested in preaching the Gospel sincerely and who really care about the interest and welfare of their followers. So it would be unfair to call all preachers “hypocrites”, but at the same time, people should be aware of all these evils so that they can take note of them and not become the prey of these deceivers.
What Has He Been Up To?
Bishop Bullwinkle has made several public appearances as a singer. His performance at the 13th annual Chi-Town Blues Festival at the Star Plaza Theatre in Merrillville, alongside Clarence Carter, Sir Charles Jones, Theodis Ealey, and Denise Lasalle, was scheduled for March 4, 2017. In June 2017 he was booked to perform at the Southern Soul and Blues Lovers Festival in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
He posted another video of an 86-year-old grandmother dancing to his song, as well as his other videos, this one went viral and attracted over 10,893,615 hits and 186,611 likes. It was also played on NBC.