Rawsrvnt (Eddy) shared his love for Jesus during episode 3 of the TV One reality show “Donald J. Trump presents The Ultimate Merger.” When Omarosa of “The Apprentice” fame asked Eddy “Tell me about yourself,” his opening line was “I’m in love with Jesus.” Wow! Talk about taking a bold stance for who you believe in. You can definitely see what’s in his heart (Matthew 12:34).

Despite his powerful, honest opening line, his interaction with her didn’t go so well. In our opinion, it really didn’t seem as if she was truly interested in listening to what Eddy had to say during their conversation. Because of there inability to communicate properly Eddy was sent home.

Even though he didn’t make “The Ultimate Merger” with Omarosa, he tweeted a genuine salute to her praying for her happiness and shared what we believe as the summary of him being on the show. “I pray that the world knows the ultimate merger isn’t between a man and a woman but it’s between God and man. That’s real love,” Eddy says. “You’ll only know true love when you experience God’s love. He’s the ultimate merger and the ultimate relationship.”

We caught up with Eddy for a more in-depth look into his experience on the show, sharing his love for Jesus on national television, his feelings about Omarosa, and more.

Describe the whole experience in a few words.
It was a roller coaster ride. There was never a dull moment. You never knew what you were going to be faced with throughout the day. Everything moved so fast, and the producers kept us in the dark throughout most of the journey, so whatever we would get involved with was a surprise.

Were you looking for love?
When I found out what the show was about, I didn’t jump up and down thinking ‘Yeah…I’m finally gonna find the woman of my dreams!’ LOL! I literally took this opportunity to show the world what a Christian man looks like, what a man that’s in love with Jesus looks like, and how a godly man approaches dating and life in general. Now I did leave it open that if I gelled with the her, thought she was cool, and felt there was a connection there, I would explore the possibilities of pursuing a relationship with her. But as you already know, that didn’t happen. LOL!

Would you do a reality show again?
I gotta be honest with you…I would. It was quite an experience being on a reality TV show. You don’t really know what to expect. The producers keep you guessing the whole time you’re on the show. From one day to the next it’s like a total disconnect from the world, but you get to spend time with folks that you’ve never bumped into before so it’s cool. It’s like watching TV, listening to the radio, and reading a blog all at the same time because everybody’s coming from different walks of life and you’re seeing it played out right in front of you. It’s interesting. I hope that my next TV experience allows me to further do what God has called me to do…share His heartbeat with people.