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Dianne Williams, Lead Singer of The Legendary Gospel Song “Jesus Can Work It Out” Is Accused Of Sexually Assaulting A Female Record Exec

 

 

 

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CHICAGO–If you’ve followed gospel music over the last 30 years or so, you probably heard a gospel song entitled: “Jesus Can Work It Out” recorded in 1980 by the late Dr. Charles G. Hayes and the Cosmopolitan Warriors, based out of Chicago, Illinois.

Even if you don’t necessarily follow that genre of music, you’ve probably heard the remix of that song played in regular rotation in the early 2000’s on one of your local R&B stations in your city.  If that somehow got past you, you probably was watching ESPN recently, and heard it used as a theme song for one of the network’s sports shows.

Sadly enough, the song’s anointed lead vocalist Dianne Williams, is being accused of sexually assaulting another female by the name of Lisa Wheeler, a former Executive Vice President of ICEE Records. which is no longer exist.

Lisa said she was traveling with the late Dr. Charles G, Hayes and the Cosmopolitan Warriors choir on a promotional tour, and Dianne Williams somehow entered into her hotel room uninvited and sexually assaulted her while she was taking a shower.  Lisa said Dianne got naked, jumped in the shower after her, groped her vaginal area, while saying to her “Don’t fight it.”  After a brief struggle, Dianne reluctantly exited the shower.

Lisa said she was “afraid and deeply shaken” by the incident.  Lisa said she had no idea Dianne was a lesbian capable of boldly imposing herself on someone like that–especially given her prominence as the lead singer of such a classic and inspirational song.

Lisa’s account of that incident was corroborated by another member of the famous choir, who wanted to remain in anonymity.  That person told The Four-One-One- that Dianne and other lesbians in that choir have been blatantly promiscuous for many years.

They also shared that the Cosmopolitan House Of Prayer church, located on Chicago’s south side, has been a refuge for gays and lesbians for many decades and it was not a big deal for someone to be imposed upon, especially while traveling on the road.  Despite it being a crime in the eyes of the law, it was totally acceptable in that church environment.

The Four-One-One also spoke to Lisa’s brother Willie Wheeler, who said his sister told him about the incident this past Thanksgiving.

Willie added that he was extremely thankful and appreciative that The Four-One-One was promulgating this terrible and unfortunate incident so that perverted hypocrites like Dianne Williams can be exposed to the world and hopefully prevent it from happening to others.

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