Andrew Caldwell, who became a viral video sensation after his famous “I’m not gay no more, I am delivered” speech last year, is in the news again.
Caldwell posted pictures to his Facebook account of the aftermath of a violent unprovoked assault.
He reported that he was assaulted by two men on a Florissant, Missouri strip mall parking lot.
According to Mr. Caldwell, these individuals walked up to him and punched him in the face.
He stated that the attack was unprovoked.
He tried to defend himself by covering his face. He stated that there were 3 witnesses who tried to assist him following the attack.
The assailants fled in a black automobile while taunting him with anti-gay slurs.
They allegedly shouted to him "I'm not gay no more!"
This is in reference to a viral video in which Mr. Caldwell proclaimed, during a recent Church of God in Christ International Convocation, that he's "not gay no more".
Mr. Caldwell contends that this is a hate crime.
"Ever since I talked about my deliverance from the sin of homosexuality, I have been receiving threatening messages by email and social media. I fear for my life. I have been physically and verbally attacked. I feel that I will have to do whatever it takes to protect myself."