Denzel Washington talks about catching the Holy Ghost in GQ! [PHOTOS]

AMEN! Denzel Washington is a black brotha who loves the Lord…AND he’s fine! Next month, he will be on the cover of GQ along with a feature interview where he talks about catching the Holy Ghost, Whitney Houston, and our President Barack Obama.

He also talks about his onstage experience with Ludacris’s dad…how random! Look out for Denzel in theaters for his new movie Flight, which will be out November 9th.

Check out part of his interview and his sexy photos! WARNING: he is still fine as ever and the grey hair only makes him look better! BLACK DON’T CRACK lol

On his first memory of being onstage:
“I was around 7, 8, whatever I was. We did a talent show at the Boys Club. Me and another guy, Wayne Bridges—God rest his soul—he’s the father of Chris Bridges, Ludacris. We decided to be the Beatles. So we went to John’s Bargain Store and bought fake guitars and wigs and did ‘I Want to Hold Your Hand.’”

On whether he has any code that he lives by:
“I read from the Bible every day, and I read my Daily Word. I read something great yesterday. It said, ‘Don’t aspire to make a living. Aspire to make a difference.’”

On being filled with the Holy Spirit:
“That was thirty years ago, at the church I still attend. The minister was preaching, ‘Just let it go.’ I said, I’m going to go with it.’ And I had this tremendous physical and spiritual experience. It did frighten me. I was slobbering, crying, sweating. My cheeks blew up. I was purging. It was too intense. It almost drove me away. I called my mother, and she said I was being filled with the Holy Spirit. I was like, ‘Does that mean I can never have wine again?’”

On how he felt when Whitney Houston died:
“Whitney was my girl, and she had done so well in recovery. And that is the toughest part about addiction.”

On how he thinks Obama fits in now:
“Well, the story’s not told yet. He’s in the beginning of the third quarter. I don’t know what his legacy is yet. He’s the first—that’s a part of it. Like Jackie Robinson. But it just wasn’t the first game; it was lasting the whole thing.

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