Los Angeles-born gospel singer Shawn McLemore (Shawn McLemore) has passed away. He has released popular albums such as “Waiting for Him”, “Any Minute Now” and other popular albums. He also collaborated with Robert Duval and Sean Penn co-starred in the movie “Colors”.
McLemore grew up in Los Angeles and graduated from the University of West Los Angeles with a bachelor of arts degree in music education, but found a greater call in Christ to spread the word of God through his music and even education.
He received a doctorate from Houston Bible College, which is one of his proudest moments. His wife Rhonda McLemore shared the unfortunate news on Instagram on Saturday (October 9).
She posted a picture of Sean with a message: “I have a glorious home, from labor to rewards. “The McLemore family announces Sean McLemore’s transition with deep sorrow. Official details are yet to be determined.”
As a versatile singer, McClemore also starred in Tyler Perry’s “If It’s Wrong to Love You”, “Hell Isn’t Angry Like a Despised Woman”, “Spring After Rain”, “I Need a Man”, “Mom Don’t, Don’t Get” and other stage plays.
God began to wait. He also starred in the stage play “Baby Hold On To Me” based on the life and music of Gerald Levert.In recent months, the evangelical community has rallied around McLemore, including a charity concert held at the Faith Community Church in Houston in April. In April, singer James Fortune talked to McLemore and announced that he would donate $7,500 to McLemore when he faces a health challenge. McLemore was taken aback by this kind gesture and burst into tears.