'I'm Not Gay No More' Guy — Church Threatens Legal Action Over Song

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The church where the “I'm Not Gay No More” guy went straight is not only intolerant toward gays, they have an intense dislike for people who steal their tunes.

The Church of God in Christ insists Andrew Caldwell call in the lawyers because their now-famous parishioner jazzed up his hilarious moment with background singers and released it on iTunes.  

A church honcho says they're ordering him to stop hawking the song partly because they own the audio, but also because they feel Andrew is making a mockery of the service … and that's hilarious.

But Andrew's calling BS, telling TMZ  he's copyrighted the song. And he says it's his voice and he — not even God — can claim ownership of it.

So maybe the dispute will be settled by a higher power — Judge Judy.


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