Franklin had also admitted to having an affair after their marriage, but again the couple turned to God and was able to get through this problem as well. Tammy states that he always knew he could turn to her any time he was having problems and never had to be ashamed or embarrassed. Tammy assured that Franklin was a clean man and have removed all the problems from his life. There were no rumors about divorce as Tammy decided to be on his side, during many problems and there can be no argument, fight or misunderstanding that would bring their relationship to an end, in the near future.
There were a lot of rumors about him cheating on Tammy with some secret girlfriend. However, Kirk confirmed that he never cheated on Tammy. He agreed to have a had a lot of romantic relationships with a string of women. However, after he started dating Tammy, things changed. Tammy talks a lot about Franklin, how he came out of his problems and about their marital relationship. She agreed that it was a rocky relationship and things were up and down many times. However, they stood with each other and somehow solved the problems.
With all of the bad times behind them, Kirk and Tammy set their eyes on the future. In 2002, The Rebirth of Kirk Franklin topped the Gospel Albums chart for 29 weeks. On the album he had collaborations with people such as, T.D. Jakes, Toby Mac, and Jaci Velasquez. In 2005, he experienced more success when his album Hero claimed gold status in just three months, and the album became platinum in December of the following year.
In December 2006, Franklin won two 2007 Grammy Awards for Hero, and was the 2007 Stellar Awards CD of the Year. Franklin's release in 2007, The Fight of My Life, sold 74,000 copies in the first week, and reached No. 1 on both the Billboard Top Gospel and Top Christian albums charts.
Franklin served as the host and co-executive producer of the BET original series Sunday Best and the musical co-host of GSN's The American Bible Challenge with Jeff Foxworthy. In 2013, Franklin started his own record label imprint, Fo Yo Soul Recordings, which is in association with RCA RecordsReturn to the previous page
|Children:||Caziah Franklin, Kerrion Franklin, Carrington Franklin, Kennedy Franklin|
|T.V. Show(s):||Joyful Noise, Something to Sing About|
|Profession:||Musician, songwriter, record producer, choir director|
|Date of Birth:||26-01-1970|
|Birth Place:||Fort Worth, Texas, U.S.|
|Net Worth:||$8.5 million|
|Charity:||American Heart Association ,American Stroke Association|
|Birth Date:||26 Jan, 1970|
|Citizenship:||United States of America|
|Birth Place:||Fort Worth|
|Net Worth 2021:||8.5 million|