Thursday, July 18, 2024

WATCH: Bishop Lamor Whitehead blames FRAUD conviction on Mayor Eric Adams


Word on the curb...Bishop Lamor Whitehead just can’t come to terms with the fact that he’s been exposed as a fraud.

Lamor Whitehead

The Manhattan Court jury didn’t buy his act and found him guilty on Monday. Instead of facing the music, this pastor known for rocking cheap bling is pointing fingers at an FBI sting operation targeting his ex-pal Mayor Eric Adams. He’s quick to shift blame, rather than acknowledging the hard-hitting evidence laid out by federal prosecutors.

They revealed how he duped a parishioner’s mother out of her life savings – a whopping $90,000 – under the guise of needing it to renovate a fixer-upper, as banks apparently turned him down due to his history of being broke. The convicted fraud also failed to accept the fact that he falsified bank statement documents in order to obtain a $250,000 business loan, falsely indicating he had millions in a company account when he only had less than $6 in it.

Not only that, but the soon-to-be prison bishop did not accept the fact that he tried to extort a Bronx businessman by promising Brandon Belmonte that he could get Mayor Adams to do whatever he needed to ensure their project’s success.

Bishop Lamor Whitehead and Mayor Eric Adams

Despite all of that and more, Whitehead is standing firm that he is not guilty and that this all came about because he refused to be an informant for the FBI against Mayor Adams. Recently, there have been reports in the media about the FBI raiding homes of individuals associated with Adams. However, Whitehead’s track record of fabricating stories has severely damaged his credibility.

Though he never addressed things that had nothing to do with Adams or the FBI, such as robbing his parishioners’ mother and falsifying bank statements – things that he had control over – he still suggests it’s all a setup.

In a recent video, the convict told his 30 live viewers that he was innocent and that he did not do what he was convicted of. He told a story about when it all happened. He was returning from a jog when the feds jumped out and told him that they wanted him to help them take down Mayor Adams.

The way he told it, he said no, and they allegedly threatened to make his life a living hell.

Whitehead faces 45 years in prison and will be sentenced on July 1.


  1. Aint this dude tired of crying and playing victim🤣🤣
    After his last bid he knew he couldnt get out and sale drugs again so he had to come up with something new so he learned the bible and how to use it against people like most convicts do during incarceration. His next step was to become a fake pastor like a lot of convicts do so they can either start a fake church or ease their way into someone else’s when they get out and swindle the parishioners community and government.
    He is clearly not a good criminal and just needs to stop.


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