Kim Burrell is facing even more repercussions. This week, the gospel artist’s radio program was canceled, following her controversial anti-gay remarks made during a sermon. Texas Southern University has announced that her radio show “Bridging The Gap” would no longer broadcast, according to a report. The show had been on the air for seven months.

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The performing rights organization BMI is the latest group to distance itself from Kim Burrell after video surfaced of her referring to gays and lesbians as perverted.

A statement from BMI released Friday said Burrell will no longer be honored and she was pulled from their annual BMI Trailblazers of Gospel Music event scheduled for Jan. 14 in Atlanta.

The organization said it wanted the focus to remain on the songwriters and the music.

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