After Divorce from Wife, Deitrick Haddon Confesses that He 'Went on a War Against God'

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In January, Deitrick Haddon shocked gospel music fans when he announced the dissolution of his marriage, a cheating scandal involving Isaac Carree, and a new fiancée, also the mother of his baby girl.

For those wondering how it all went so wrong, Haddon tells "The Yolanda Adams Morning Show."

In a March 28 radio interview, the engaged dad said he now has a "fresh vision, fresh anointing" and that, he's "moving forward." Just months ago, however, Haddon expressed lingering anger toward Carree over an alleged adulterous affair with Haddon's now ex-wife of 15 years, Damita Haddon.

"I do expect Isaac Carree to stand up and be man enough to own his mistakes & give his fans the truth they deserve to know," he wrote in a January Facebook message.

But telling his side of the story, which Carree called "mudslinging," led to increased controversy for Haddon who is currently promoting his latest single, "Have Your Way."  His full album, "RED: Restoring Everything Damaged" is due to be released this year.

 After coming out online, Haddon said, "I learned that people are not ready for the truth or transparency. When you go there, they're [like] what? What in the world?"

Though his astonishing revelations didn't go over well, Haddon maintains that his internal hurt and emotional wounds got the best of him. "I went through something that made me walk away. I didn't fall. I walked away. I went on war. I went on a war against God," he admitted.

"I was so upset, cause I didn't believe that something like that could happen to me when I dedicated my entire life to the Kingdom, to advancing the Kingdom since I was 10 years old--preaching since I was 10 years old."

Haddon who once pastored a church with his former wife, seemed to have it all: a happy home, ministry success, and a bright future. But it all came crashing down.

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SOURCE: EEW Magazine
Tomika Jackson-Hennings
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