Troll Tries to Test Gospel Singer Kirk Franklin, and Twitter Is Loving His Clap Back

A Twitter user called out gospel singer Kirk Franklin for accepting Muslims. He had an epic response.

This is a photo of Kirk Franklin.

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This is a photo of Kirk Franklin.

In the wake of Donald Trump’s travel ban on certain Muslim-majority nations, a slew of celebrities have come forth to not only condemn the order, but to also provide a few words of hope and encouragement. On Saturday night, gospel singer Kirk Franklin joined the conversation with tweet that promoted unity and acceptance. This, of course, upset a few people; however, there was one particular troll who wasn’t ready for Franklin’s clap back.

yes I have a daughter and the ability to protect her. Please come so I can have a reason to introduce you to it in Jesus name

— Kirk Franklin (@kirkfranklin) January 29, 2017

Franklin response? Well, let's just say he isn't about to turn the other cheek. 

Kirk Franklin just said he's willing to let the chopper sing Sweet Low, Sweet Chariot to defend his family. That's where we are now.

— Justin Tinsley (@JustinTinsley) January 29, 2017

Franklin is clearly not to be messed with. And Twitter immediately gave him a around of applause. Check out some of the reactions to the exchange below.

You know Trump is wrong when Kirk Franklin is threatening to catch bodies

— Heisman Cardinal (@OutkastCard) January 29, 2017

Kirk Franklin representing the radical Christianity that I know. The pull up if you want to. I'm here for it.

— Briefcase Shawty (@luvthispayne) January 29, 2017

After reading Kirk Franklin's response to #MuslimBan

— Ronke Lawal (@ronkelawal) January 29, 2017

Kirk Franklin said his milly rock sturdy and so is his aim

— . (@RShad_Cole) January 29, 2017

Kirk Franklin went all

I ain't no killer but don't push me!!

— Lanre Soff 🇳🇬🇳🇬 (@Daniel_Soff) January 29, 2017

In Jesus Name Pull Up😂😂😂😂#kirkfranklin

— Eden Alexandra (@YupItsJazzy) January 30, 2017

Kirk Franklin got the Draco for a fool

— JayMo (@crassiux) January 30, 2017


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