Dress Debate:Erica Campbell’s Album Cover [video/blog]

Dress Debate:Erica Campbell’s Album Cover [video/blog]

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Brooke and Terrell debate Erica Campbell’s new album cover. Is Erica’s dress too scandalous for a Christan gospel artist? Brooke’s argument was so good, Terrell changed his point of view.

Take a look at the video and let us know what you think:

Is Erica’s dress ok with you? Let us know in the comment section below.


  1. Khadijah Brown
    Dec, 18, 2013 4:50 PM

    I’m with Brooke on this one. She actually spoke a lot of my same thoughts when it comes to Muslim women having to be fully covered so they don’t tempt men. I personally feel that it is backwards. The “men are tempted” so the women must cover?! Why not teach the men to battle and destroy their temptation and/or strengthen their minds so that distractions and temptation doesn’t have so much power over them.

    I think this also plays into “rape culture”. The victim deserved it because of how he/she was dressed.. .no, the rapist needed to learn at a young age to control their impulses and deal with temptation in a healthy way. Just see the woman in the tight fitting dress as your Mama, Aunt, Daughter… that should help. Lol 😉

    1. Khadijah Brown
      Dec, 18, 2013 4:51 PM

      Btw, I’m not trying to be sexist. So all the same arguments can be made for women dealing with their temptation for the man with the nice cologne. Lol

  2. Karen
    Dec, 18, 2013 8:32 PM

    I think the album cover is nice and she looks gorgeous! Why is what someone wears an issue? Was Jesus not accepting of others because of what they wore? Of course not. It is only those who have decided to be His spokesperson! I don’t think it would have mattered if she wore something different because it looks as if she has been working out, or she is wearing the heck out of those spanx. She really looks good. But what amazes me is that at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards, in February, she had on a black fitted dress showing her curves as well, but I don’t recall any backlash. What exactly is the issue? For all you Christians out there just remember what happens when you judge!

  3. Kira
    May, 20, 2014 2:36 AM

    It is not our place to judge. We should not shame others. If we are focused on others and what they are doing or not doing, then we are not focused on our own spiritual development and relationship with God. We are therefore not only harming the person we are judging and/or shaming, but we are also causing harm to ourselves in the process.

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      May, 21, 2014 8:38 PM

      True indeed!

  4. User Avatar
    May, 21, 2014 8:38 PM

    Ok so everyone who responded to this post name starts with a “K” interesting lol

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