Stevie Wonder was one of many high profile performers at gospel legend Andraé Crouch's funeral in Los Angeles on Jan 21. But some funeral attendees were surprised when Wonder made political statements at the event instead of focusing on the Grammy-winning singer's life and accomplishments.
"Stevie Wonder took the opportunity to say that Obama's goal of inclusiveness was largely thwarted because of hatred towards him because of his skin color," a source told FOX411. "And that he supports freedom of speech, but we should make laws against people criticizing religion."
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