On a YouTube video posted on August 10, 2020, comedian and actress Luenell admitted that her husband was better than any other so-called competent man at the time.
She Discusses Her Marriage and Her Husband
Years after their marriage, comedian Luenell is still head over heels in love with the man she married. In an expediTIOUS- WITH TIP “T.I.” HARRIS interview, the comedian spoke at length about what marriage means to him. The comedian said in the video that marriage was about loving and supporting someone when they were at their lowest.
She went on to say that taking marriage vows meant being there for one another no matter what, regardless of wealth or health. Luenell went on to say that she and her husband were currently in the “sickness part” of their vows. However, this does not diminish her feelings for him.
Campbell’s husband had recently been diagnosed with prostate cancer and had COPD in his lungs. On the plus side, Luenell was by her husband’s side like a rock. The American comedian turned actress revealed that she loved and respected her husband unconditionally, regardless of their sexual relationship.
And she contended that this is how marriages should be. She wholeheartedly believes that young couples should strive to get there. Not only that, but the 61-year-old comedian expresses her affection for her husband on other social media platforms as well.
On November 4, 2020, the devoted wife shared a photo of her hands intertwined with her husband’s. The evergreen couple was flashing their wedding band. Luenell discovered the ideal combination of words to complement the photograph.
Her daughter was barred for the sake of her and her husband’s safety
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the devoted wife went to great lengths to protect herself and her sick husband from the virus. On her Instagram, the comedian announced that she has barred her daughter Da’Nelle from entering her home. The actress explained the reason for this to her fans.
Her daughter and boyfriend, it turns out, have been spending time with her friends rather than staying isolated. Given the severity of COVID-19 among the elderly and sick, Luenell texted her daughter to keep a safe distance.