‘I’m Not Gay No More’ YouTube Sensation Andrew Caldwell Confesses He Still Desires Men

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Gay activists take part in a protest event called "March against Hatred" in St. Petersburg November 2, 2014. The activists are marching in opposition towards the aggressive Russian government policy due to the war in Ukraine. REUTERS/Alexander D
Gay activists take part in a protest event called "March against Hatred" in St. Petersburg November 2, 2014. The activists are marching in opposition towards the aggressive Russian government policy due to the war in Ukraine. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk

Andrew Caldwell, 21, from Missouri became a YouTube sensation after a video of him declaring that he is no longer gay at a church conference went viral in 2014. However, he recently retracted those words confessing that he still has homosexual desires.

“They think that they can preach the homosexuals away in the Church of God in Christ, and you can't,” Caldwell told NBC 12, adding that the notion of him saying he was delivered there on the spot is not the case. “I still have desires.”

While Caldwell said he did not want to go viral, his words in the viral video, which are “I don't like men no more!” became famous aside from “I'm not gay no more!” With these lines, spoofs, songs and cartoons were created.

Caldwell made it clear that it was not his intention to “get up there and just say anything and look crazy.” Instead, he said he needed much prayer that day and that was the reason why he got up there as he was pressured by the speaker during the conference.

A formal apology has been issued by the Church of God after the speaker suggested gays in the church should “bleed from their butts” and they are “sissies.” In a statement, Bishop Charles E. Blake, Sr. apologized to Caldwell.

Watch Caldwell declaring being delivered from homosexuality here:

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