Prominent Christian rapper The Ambassador has been dropped by his record company Cross Movement Records due to "moral failure in his marriage."
The Ambassador, also known as William "Duce" Branch, was member of Philadelphia's The Cross Movement and subsequently released solo albums 'Christology In Layman's Terms' (1999), 'The Thesis' (2005) and 'The Chop Chop: From Milk To Meat' (2008).
Read a record label statement, "It is with much grief, severe disappointment and an overwhelming fear of the Lord that Cross Movement Records is sad to announce that we will be discontinuing the forwarding and promotion of the artist and minister, The Ambassador, due to recent findings of moral failure in his marriage. It is Cross Movement Records past, current and, prayerfully, future position that living in moral compromise is unacceptable and never allowable in the lives of any of the ministers that we co-labour with. . . We at CMR solicit your prayers for The Ambassador as he begins the uphill climb of restoration through the process of repentance."
Source: Cross Rhythms