Fred Hammond, 54, released his I Will Trust album late last year, and has earned numerous Stellar, Dove, and Grammy Awards, for multiple bodies of work in the gospel music industry over the past 30 years. However, when the singer shared some of his lyrics expressing his faith on Facebook recently, he let over 377,000 Twitter followers know that the social media account had been disabled.
Hammond shared a screenshot of the message he received from Facebook telling him that the account was taken down. The singer said he believed his page being taken down had to do with him expressing his faith. He shared this screenshot with fans;
“Interesting event. I posted lyrics to my song I believe on expressing my faith on my fb page and got shut down,” Hammond wrote. “If it means I get cut off of social media BC I express my faith. … So be it!”
The singer later made it clear that his Facebook page had been restored after the social media website looked into the matter.
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