Popular gospel singer Donnie McClurkin in a recent interview has opened up about his sexuality and how it has cost him several relationships and rendered the thoughts of lonliness to him. While speaking in a recent episode of TV One's Uncensored, the gospel singer revealed he had been in several relationships with both genders in the past and has fears that he might remain lonely for the rest of his life.
The 61 year old singer also opened up about his struggle with his orientation which he refers to as a "perversion", while claiming that he tried to stop or surpassed such feelings, but never really worked out.
"I never really had an idea of what women wanted. My past relationships had both genders involved at intervals. Whenever things went south, I always returned to my safe haven - my music and ministry. I have never been in a long term relationship before, neither have I gotten married. I think I might remain alone forever." he said.
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