"I've witnessed so many people being bullied into believing so much that most of us have no idea what we believe. Thank God for the truth that sets men free," says Tony Wallace, a disciple in the Palm Beach Church in Florida. Known as TonyWHOA! the Anti-Bully Machine, he was prompted to spread a powerful message through his new album We Accept E.B.T., Everything But Truth.
We Accept E.B.T. has received extremely positive responses to songs like "Kick Life", which uses sneakers as a metaphor for loving difference kinds of people. "Still Okay" is about people still living a good life without material possession, and "Last Day" is helping bullying victims find strength.
We Accept E.B.T. is available now to the public through all major streaming outlets and hard copy cds are available at tonywhoa.com.