Pastor Jamal Bryant, the ex-husband of The Real Housewives of Potomac star Gizelle Bryant, revealed that he’s interested in starting a cannabis business at his church.

Bryant, the senior pastor of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, was a recent guest on The Cool Soror podcast with Rashan Ali.

They discussed a multitude of topics, like how he became a pastor, his purpose, community work, civil rights activism and more.

During the interview, he shared that he knows his purpose, so he’s “mindful I’m not after Christians, I’m after people who don’t go to church.”

He added that many churches “are just recycling people from other churches,” which he said is part of the reason new people aren’t coming to church.

“I’m looking for people that smell like weed,” he said with a small laugh. “I’m at their place Rashan. … No, no really.”

He further explained why he was interested in going outside the four walls of the church to meet people in his community.

“New Birth is the largest land-owning Black church in America. And so my position to my deacons is, ‘Why aren’t we not raising cannabis?’ I’ll be able to bring in Black males, they’re able to do it legally, I’m teaching them farming, I’m helping them to enhance the ecosystem.”

“So if the guy … Black boy in Bankhead says, ‘They growing weed at the church? Where do I join.’ … I don’t need no pamphlet for him, he’s coming in. That’s the group I’m going after,” he said.

He ended that topic by saying that “Christianity is supposed to be different,” not politically correct like it has been changed to be over time.