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July 27, 2020

Aretha Franklin's Granddaughter Victorie Flaunts Her Figure in Gorgeous Bikini Photos

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Aretha Franklin's granddaughter, Victorie, recently stunned her followers with new photos that show off her luscious curves in a skimpy outfit. 

Victorie Franklin is gorgeous, and she knows it! The 20-year-old granddaughter of the famous music icon, Aretha Franklin, recently quickened a lot of pulses after sharing a series of shots that showcased her gorgeous body. 

The photos had no caption—not that any would have done them justice. The first frame featured Victorie looking too hot to handle in a neon top, and a see-through black pareo that covered pink bottoms. 

Aretha Franklin performs onstage at the Elton John AIDS Foundation Commemorates Its 25th Year at Cathedral of St. John the Divine on November 7, 2017 I Photo: Getty Images.

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Her eyes were obscured by the large brown-tinted shades she wore, and her nose ring was visible, adding allure to her already attractive look. 

The other photos that followed featured the 20-year-old singer in front of a large mirror posing up a storm. Fans who could not get enough of what she was serving took to the comments section with heartfelt compliments. One fan wrote,

"Wow, I would like to say you are gorgeous, and such a pretty beautiful lady to me."

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Victorie made headlines in 2018 when she took to her Twitter page to share a video of her superstar grandmother, Aretha Franklin, playing the piano just months before her demise. 

She shared the video with tweeps a few hours after Aretha passed on. The footage showed the iconic singer belting out notes with her voice and the piano while seated in her living room. 

She is alleged to have received coaching from the Queen of Soul herself.

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Alongside the heartwarming footage, Victorie talked about how many of her memories with Aretha often began with going into her home to meet her playing the piano and singing. 

Victorie also revealed the magnitude of the pain she felt upon the death of Aretha—for the members of the public, she was a legend and an icon, but to Victorie, she was and will always be her grandmother.  

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In addition to the emotional tweet, Victorie shared another tweet where she expressed gratitude for the support she had been receiving since her grandma's demise. She wrote,

"Thank you to everyone who's been sending lots of love to me. It means the world to me, and I love all of you." 

Like her grandma, Victorie is also into music—she plays the piano, and she sings. She is alleged to have received coaching from the Queen of Soul herself. 

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The talented singer has several video footage shared with YouTube, SoundCloud, and Twitter. She also has recorded songs where she features as a background vocalist for Aretha herself.  

Aretha believed Victorie has a great future in the music industry, and if her performance of Tamela Mann's "Take Me to the King" is any indication, she just might be able to carry on Aretha's legacy. 

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