After fierce internet reads blew up her mentions, the gospel artist defended her decision while she sat with the hosts of ‘The Real.’
“What I said is, if during your campaign, if what you said appealed to me and appealed to my Christian values more than the other candidate, when it came down to it, I chose based on my faith,” she told the crowd.
She also remained adamant about defending her right to choose.
“I didn’t like either candidate if I can be perfectly honest,” she continued.
“I’m a Christian, I’m supposed to pray for the leaders. Stand with, doesn’t mean I agree with everything.”
Her strong stance was greeted with applause, but we suspect there are still a lot of ‘Mary, Mary’ fans shaking their heads.
You can watch the moment below: