Yep, she's a soldier all right. Former Destiny's Child singer Farrah Franklin spoke out via Twitter on Monday, July 21 following her arrest over the weekend. In several tweets, the 33-year-old appeared to stay positive, thanking those who've been supporting her since the incident.
"Unbothered and staying prayed up and, away from any negativity. #StillStanding #GodsChild Don't judge what you don't know." Franklin wrote on Monday. "The sad thing is people LIVE for drama but run from the truth, Smh. There's always 3 sides to a story your side, my side and the TRUTH! But the truth is normally not as interesting as a lie, lol. Thank you to EVERYONE who has reached out to send me love and Blessings during this messy time in my life it's greatly appreciated."
"I pray for God to give me strength in every weak and weary place in My life and, for Him to turn My obstacles into Victories. Amen," she continued. "I love my Dad more than words could ever explain... He truly Loves me and knows just what to say to make me feel better. #DaddysGirl."
Before heading off to the studio, she added: "God gives all of his hardest battles to his strongest soldiers."
As previously reported, Franklin was arrested for disorderly conduct in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on Sunday, July 20. TMZ reported that NFL players Da'Quan Bowers and Ricky Sapp called the police after a night out with Franklin. The trio returned to Sapp's home where Franklin appeared intoxicated and went to the bathroom several times. According to the site, Franklin—who sang in Destiny's Child for five months in 2000—was then found lying down in a neighbor's front yard and claimed she was going to sleep in the woods.