Minister Marion Hall has no plans to revisit the secular aspects of her past.
Fans waiting on that promised tell-all autobiography from the former Dancehall star should not hold their breath.
According to Hall, she has decided to abort plans for the tell-all book after much consultation with God.
Hall, who was formerly known as Lady Saw, says she does not want to revisit aspects of her secular life that brought her pain.
She revealed that she canceled plans after realizing that the book forced her to confront things that were not good for her relationship with God.
“I realized that in my life, I had some enemies who were pushing and tearing and tugging, and in writing about those people I almost lost my sanity,” she said.
“The book was going to be about how when the devil thought he had you and he put you through some things and thought he damaged you good. God took that and turned it into this beautiful gem. Giving so many pages to my enemies and the past would be going backwards, not forward.”
According to Hall, because of her transparent nature, she is afraid the focus could shift from her transformation to highlighting drama and contention.
“I don’t wanna go back to the dark places. This was to glorify God and I know people would be about things of the flesh instead. I’m not about the flesh,” she said. “When I decided to not write that book, God confirmed with me that was best. We serve an awesome God. It gives me peace to know that God is connecting with me on a different realm, on a different level.”
Despite canceling the book, the Gospel star has other big plans on the horizon. She recently revealed plans to establish her very own church.