Rawlings Tweets 'Rest In Peace' To Aretha Franklin

Eloise Marshall
August 17, 2018

Grande said Franklin even called her once asking if she'd listen to a family member's music. "She will be missed!". "She worked for me on numerous occasions", Trump said to the press Thursday.

- Details about the visitation and funeral for The Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin have been released.

In any case, his comments were seen as somewhat disparaging and pretty disrespectful.

An official with the City of Detroit says her body will lie in repose at the Charles H. Wright Museum for African American History for two days.

The 60 Minutes segment also features producer Jerry Wexler talking about why he calls Franklin the "Lady of Mysterious Sorrows".

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But it was on that day nearly a decade ago, where she brought the house down one more time, signing "My Country "Tis of Thee," while the United States" first black President watched in awe, along with millions of other Americans.

Franklin's records sold millions of copies and the music industry couldn't honor her enough. "Rest in peace", said one of Rawlings' tweets to Aretha Franklin. We can but dream of what Chic collaborations or other disco diva wonders would have come if she'd have connected to the scene, but in their absence we still have this. "Michelle and I send our prayers and warmest sympathies to her family and all those moved by her song".

As Fox's mistake was immediately noticed by social media users, the channel claimed it had used "a secondary image" of Franklin "performing with Patti LaBelle".

Her recording success continued across the 70s, with 1972's Young, Gifted and Black and 1976's Sparkle both achieving Gold stats. She LAID THE FOUNDATION and her name was QUEEN ARETHA FRANKLIN.

The Tonight Show on Thursday paid its respects to the late Aretha Franklin with a little help from Ariana Grande.

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