Kirk Franklin Height

You could always tell intent by how people spend their money. How people spend their money is a reflection of their heart.

Famous choir director, gospel singer, and songwriter, Kirk Franklin is best known for leading urban contemporary gospel choirs such as “The Family”, “God's Property”, and “One Nation Crew” (1NC) among many others. He has also won numerous awards, including 16 Grammy Awards.

About Kirk Franklin's Real Height

There is only one way to put this: Kirk Franklin is exactly as tall as the average height of women in the United States.

Google lists Kirk Franklin’s height as 5 feet 5 inches and a weird website even lists his height as 5 feet 6 inches, when Kirk Franklin himself once mentioned his height on Twitter as 5 feet 4 inches. We think Kirk surely knows his height better than Google.

The real height of Kirk Franklin is

5 ft 4 in (162.5 cm)

Kirk Franklin standing with fun-sized Ariana Grande and big Taylor Swift
Kirk Franklin standing with fun-sized Ariana Grande (5 ft ½ in) and big Taylor Swift (5 ft 9 in)

Here are some more Kirk Franklin quotes.

On Gospel music.

Gospel music is not a sound; gospel music is a message. Gospel music means good news. It's good-news music.

On hitting rock bottom.

God may allow us at times to hit rock bottom, to show us He's the rock-at the bottom.

On God's work.

I know God is working so I smile!

On smiling.

You Look so much better When You Smile - so smile.

The desire to do great things.

Most people have desires that are great and they want to do great things, and they don't want to be negative people or they don't want to live in pessimistic attitudes, but the problem is a lot of them were not given the right tools. They were not given the right blueprint of how to build a building.

On dieting and exercising.

I'm very committed to a diet and very committed to exercise.

On being a vegan, sort of...

I'm borderline vegan.

Being pro-life.

My point is that I am pro-life but I still believe that I do not have a right to force a woman to do anything with her body, the same way that I can't force somebody to come to Jesus Christ.

On his mom.

My mama didn't want me; my daddy wasn't there. So there were a lot of insecurities and low self-esteem.

On being closer to God.

More than anything, I'm trying to peel back those layers that keep people away from God and keep people away from experiencing the love of God and knowing God's love as a father.

On truth.

You can't lose with truth. Truth transforms.

On New York City.

I really love New York. I just love the aesthetics and the spirit of New York. I've just always loved the energy of it. When you're flying into New York and you look out of the window, it's like you're flying into another planet. I've never stopped being amazed at it.

On being adopted.

I was adopted when I was 4. The woman who adopted me, she was 64 years old.

On homophobia.

Sometimes it feels very homophobic when people try to make their stance and their beliefs, and there have been some very painful, ugly things that have been said... that not have always been in the essence of a heart for Christ.

Truth and love.

There's no truth without love and love can't exist without truth.

Being hungry.

People are hungry for something to remind them that life is bigger than the hell they're going through.

On bible and homophobia.

It is horrible that we have made it where the Bible is a homophobic manual. That's not what the Bible is.

On the desire of happiness.

Every human being was wired with the desire for happiness. And we will try different things all in the pursuit of that feeling.