Deitrick Haddon celebrated his 40th birthday last week in a big way by hosting a huge party in Los Angeles with his fiancé, loved ones, friends and family, which saw performances from the gospel minister and new reality star Kierra Sheard. The artiste also announced he’ll be getting married July 20, 2013.
A lot of attendees went home with freebees by participating in the dance contest at the birthday event, as well as a soul train line and much dancing with Deitrick and his beautiful fiancé making a grand entrance.
When asked by EURweb what his wish to God would be, Deitrick responded,
“He already has. I have a new CD, the show, my little girl just turned one in April and I’m getting married July 20, 2013. If I was to ask God for more blessings, it would be a sin!”
Deitrick is set to feature in “Pastors of LA” a new docu-series that aims to give viewers a candid and revealing look at the personal and professional lives of six world renowned pastors, including Bishop Noel Jones, Bishop Clarence McClendon, Pastor Wayne Chaney, Bishop Ron Gibson, Deitrick Haddon and Pastor Jay Haizlip.
Pastors Of L.A Series
“It’s going to be BIG. It’s going redefine the public’s perception of a pastor. I’m excited about it, so you have to watch; tune in.” He went one to comment about his new marriage, “I just want to do better than I did before; that’s all I’m asking God to do…to give me the wisdom, understanding and knowledge to make this one work.” Haddon stated, regarding the show
The party event is scheduled to be backdrop as a future Pastors of LA episode.
Also to be released in June this year is a new Deitrick Haddon album “R.E.D” Restoring Everything Damaged.
“R.E.D. is one of my best projects because it’s the soundtrack of my life over the last year. All the people that have followed me and know that I have been through some things in my life and this has been the music that has carried me through spiritually. So, I think the songs on the R.E.D. album is going to resonate and connect with people in their life if they’re going through anything.”