Two professing Christians thought it was a good idea to cyberbully Kennedy Franklin, the daughter of GRAMMY® Award-winning gospel musician Kirk Franklin.

Once word God back to Dad that his baby girl was in emotional distress over the aggressive Internet trolls’ social media attacks, the “Stomp” songwriter clapped back.

“It’s 10 am here in Tokyo and my wife just called me to let me know my daughter is in tears because 2 so-called Christian people online have bullied her, and called her everything but a child of God,” tweeted Franklin, 47, who is gigging at Billboard Live Tokyo Jan 31 through Feb 1.

Even though the Fo Yo Soul Recordings CEO is thousands of miles away from home, that didn’t stop him from setting the folks responsible straight.

He gave a woman named Cynthia D. Sherstad (@CSWrite2Inspire) and Saiko Woods (@SaikoWoods)—both identifying as believers— a piece of his mind.

“You’ve proven so many people right in why they no longer go to church and believe all Christians are a joke,” said Franklin as he stood up for Kennedy. The protective father describe the Baylor University student and cheerleader as “a sophomore in college, a smart young woman, the apple of my eye, and a girl I would DIE for.”

Franklin admitted that though “my heart is broken,” he believes his resilient daughter will be alright.

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source: Jenifer Williams // EEW Magazine News

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