The Gospel star and his son, Kerrion Franklin, have apparently been at odds but Kennedy Franklin says her dad isn't in the wrong.
Gospel legend Kirk Franklin, in partnership with Sony Music Entertainment, is launching his very own podcast that will be available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher. The show is expected to deliver deep conversations with some of our favorite celebrities.
The R&B singer congratulated the Franklins but used the moment to reach out to his estranged wife as they undergo divorce talks.
The Gospel version of Swizz Beatz and Timbaland’s #Verzuz series kicked off and proved to be just what everyone needed after painful week across the nation. On Sunday (May 31), the highly anticipated Gospel showdown between Kirk Franklin and Fred Hammond on Instagram Live was a much-needed celebration of Black love and healing through the power of music. Although the music was spiritually influenced, both Kirk Franklin and Fred Hammond appeared on Instagram Live wearing coordinating "I Can't Breathe" and "I Can't Breathe Again" statement shirts -- went live with their uplifting music.
Though Kirk Franklin looks like he’s getting ready for his freshman year in college now that prom week has come and gone, he’s been dropping faith inspired tunes for two decades now and given the current social-political climate, his latest offering couldn’t have come at a better time.
Kirk Franklin does not play. A troll tried to come for Franklin with a threat to his daughter, and the Gospel musician threatened him with a gun fade, in the name of Jesus.
Kirk Franklin is featured in his own MTV mini-documentary and spoke on working with Kanye West and Chance The Rapper.
Kirk Franklin kicked off The Breakfast Club’s “Church in the Streets” round of interviews last Friday which was anchored out by Pastor Young Jeezy. However, the jewels dropped by the Grammy Award-winning gospel superstar were both bountiful and undeniable.
Plies and Kirk Franklin have long been meme bosom buddies before social media ruled the earth and the foul-mouthed Florida rapper finally decided it was time for them to hang out. On his own turf, that is.