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Watch Kirk Franklin's Wife's Sweet Video Message after 'Long Live Love' Album Release

Monica Otayza
Jun 04, 2019
09:52 A.M.
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Kirk and Tammy Franklin are not new to showing affection on social media, and the doting couple is at it again now that Kirk is celebrating another milestone in his career. 


Kirk Franklin's wife felt the need to congratulate him for his new album, recording a video of herself saying what she needed to say as she felt it was too deep to be sent via text message. 

"God is so pleased. It is going to bless and heal so many people.”

Kirk's Greatest Fan

His new album "LONG LIVE LOVE" is finally here, and it is something much anticipated especially since his last project was back in 2015, "Losing My Religion." Along with the rest of his fans that have showered him with praises for his latest work, his Tammy made sure to let everyone know that she will always be his greatest fan. 


“I’ve been listening to this project from beginning to end, and I’m just so proud of you. It’s beautiful. It is touching my soul. I know you’re nervous, but babe, God is so pleased. It is going to bless and heal so many people.”

Mrs. Franklin concludes her statement saying: “Don’t worry about the numbers. Don’t worry about it. God’s in control. And your wife is so proud of you.”

Alone at Home

Kirk and Tammy Franklin are feeling a lot more sentimental nowadays, especially since all of their children have officially moved out of their home. Now that it's just the two of them heading home every single night, they've decided to move someplace smaller to fill the void of not having their kids at home. 


After being married for more than two decades, the happy couple's gotten used to all the ins and outs of marriage, staying strong regardless of how long they've been together. In a previous post, Tammy decided to reminisce how far they've come as a couple: 

“A friend captured this moment between my husband and I…And I can’t stop looking at it The journey to becoming one takes a lot of work…. there was a time looking into my husband’s eyes for too long, would scare me, and I would shyly turn away… To trust and love so deeply takes great vulnerability… But with each passing year as we grew more together, he loved me through all of my defenses! When I look at this picture I see a love and trust beyond the physical…But a bond that can only happen through consistently being committed to staying on the journey together!"


To many more years of love and sweet nothings!