Even when he was sick, Luenell said her husband was better than any other man.
Luenell, a comedian and actress, recently confessed in a Youtube video posted on August 10, 2020 that her spouse was a better man than any other so-called competent man right now.
She Discusses Her Marriage and Her Husband
Luenell, a comedian, is still smitten with the man she married years later. The comedian talked upon marriage in a lengthy interview with expediTIously- WITH TIP “T.I.” HARRIS. The comedian talked about how marriage was about loving and supporting someone when they were at their lowest point in the video.
She went on to say that taking marital vows meant always being there for one another, regardless of income or health.
Luenell then said that she and her spouse were currently in the “illness part” of their vows. That doesn’t change the fact that she adores him.
Campbell’s husband had recently been diagnosed with prostate cancer and was suffering from COPD in his lungs. Luenell, on the other hand, was by her husband’s side like a rock.
Regardless of their sexual relationship, the American comedian turned actress claimed that she loved and appreciated her spouse with all her heart. And she said that this is how marriages should be. She believes that young couples should strive to get there in their entirety.
That’s not all; the 61-year-old comedian also praises and loves her hubby on her other social media accounts.
The loyal wife shared a photo of her hands linked with her husband’s on November 4, 2020. The evergreen couple was proudly displaying their wedding band. Luenell came up with the ideal word combination to complement the image.
For the sake of her and her husband’s safety, she has banned her daughter.
During the COVID-19 epidemic, the devoted wife went to great lengths to protect herself and her ill husband from the virus.
On Instagram, the comedian revealed that she had barred her daughter Da’Nelle from her home. The actress explained the situation to her admirers.
Her daughter and boyfriend, it turns out, has been spending time with her friends rather than being isolated. Because of the seriousness of COVID-19 among the elderly and sick, Luenell texted her daughter to keep a safe distance and stay away.