Deitrick Haddon’s record label RCA Inspiration has decided to part ways with the Preachers of L.A. star. Haddon had been signed to the label for 12 years and had a string of successful albums.
However Haddon’s latest album “R.E.D. (Restoring Everything Damaged)” was released on Sept. 3, 2013, just a few months shy of him being embroiled in a damaging media scandal in which he made unfounded accusations about his ex-wife Damita Haddon and another Gospel singer on social media.
Haddon’s online stunt backfired and only intensified previous backlash he had received for having a child out of wedlock that he had not publicly revealed.
Despite “Preachers of LA” being on its second season and boosting his profile, Haddon’s album, “R.E.D. (Restoring Everything Damaged)” was not a success. A record label source, who spoke under the condition of anonymity, said Haddon’s “antics on the reality show were turning off fans and radio stations were not playing his music.”