Centino Kemp, the man who penned “The First Lady,” which he claims details the sexual relationship he had with Bishop Eddie Long, now plans to transform his book into a movie, according to a March 13, 2013 Jacky Jasper report.
Jasper writes on his Diary of a Hollywood Street King blog that Kemp reportedly obtained almost $25 million in a May 2011 settlement with the Atlanta-based preacher after Kemp and four others accused Long of having sex with them while they were teens.
Kemp’s book, according to Black America Web, details his alleged relationship with Long, corruption within the church and “secret societies.” He alleges that when he was involved with Long, he became the minister’s “first lady.”
According to Jasper, citing News One, Kemp was only 16 when he left the Bahamas to attend university. He was already a bit confused about his sexuality and was “lured into a sexual relationship” with Long—something Kemp alleges lasted for six years.
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