The anti-gay pastor best known for accusing Starbucks of spiking their lattes with the semen of gay men was recently confronted by angry neighbors.

Pastor James David Manning of the Atlah World Missionary Church in Harlem, New York attracted world-wide attention when he promoted a fake news story about Starbucks on his web program.

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He's also known for the anti-gay messages posted on his church's billboard, including “Jesus would stone homos” and “all churches and members that support homos cursed be thou with cancer, HIV, syphilis, stroke and madness.”

WPIX-TV reported that angry neighbors confronted Manning about the anti-gay messages.

“I ended up walking across the street because it's so hurtful to hold my wife's hand and [see] these words every time I pass by,” Sharifa Ferryman said.

Manning dismissed his critics, telling the lesbian couple that their relationship was a “disgrace before God.”

“You are going to hell for your insidious and wicked lifestyle. It's a disgrace that you would stand here and confess that you have a relationship with another woman,” the controversial pastor told Ferryman.

“This is clearly hate speech – you're inciting violence,” one of the neighbors said.

“This is still America and we have freedom [of] speech,” Manning replied.