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The Word Network’s “The Lexi Show” Comes To An End

Cable TV personality/singer, Lexi’s weekly television program, “The Lexi Show,” has come to an end.  The critically acclaimed talk show ran on The Word Network (a Detroit based Christian cable channel), for four seasons.

Throughout its history, the popular show became known for Lexi’s candid and often controversial conversations with gospel celebrities.

On her program, Grammy-nominated artist Tonex publicly admitted for the first time that he had been involved in homosexual relationships.  Lexi’s also interviewed the ex-wife of gospel legend Bebe Winans about allegations that the platinum-selling recording artist had domestically abused her.

“The Lexi Show” broke barriers in Christian journalism by talking about real life issues that are often swept under the rug in ecclesiastical circles.

“I’m overwhelmed with the unbelievable number of letters, phone calls and e-mails I’ve received in support of my show,” the former Stellar Award nominee says.   “I’m thankful and grateful to all of the fans of the show and will have a new home for the show soon.”

Fans can view past episodes of “The Lexi Show” online via YouTube at:

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Khalif M. Townes is the Founder/President/CEO of the That's True Media, LLC (formally Urban Roundup Group, LLC.) He is also the creator of Townes formed to provide an outlet where up to the minute information on the Faith Based Community and Gospel Music Industry can be accessed with the click of a button.