After he finished his last stand-up routine, the emcee brought him back out to the stage for a few final words. When Steve opened his mouth to express his thanks and say goodbye, the comedian broke down.
“Thank y’all for making my dreams come true. You can’t be famous without people. [I] really, really been dreading this moment, man, because I didn’t know what to say,” Steve said. “I just wanna say ‘Thank You.’ God has given me a life far beyond anything I ever dreamed about. God is something else, man.”
He didn’t leave the stage without thanking his wife, Marjorie, for her support and love.
The radio/game show host humbly shared his testimony of triumphs and failures as a Christian entertainer, saying God has never failed him.
“God has positioned me just this way to be just like I am, to say what I say, how I say it. I’m just a living witness that you can be an imperfect soldier and still be in the army fighting for God Almighty. Steve finished, “Don’t you think you got to be perfect, ’cause I ain’t. Thank y’all for 27 years. I love you. Thank you so much.”