Aretha Franklin’s sons and relatives have packed courtrooms to brawl over her $80 million fortune — but not one of them bothered to pay “Respect” at her burial site on the one-year anniversary of her death!
That’s the shameless and shockingly sad conclusion of an undercover investigation conducted by RadarOnline.com.
Only a handful of visitors arrived with balloons and flowers at Detroit’s Woodlawn Cemetery to commemorate the legendary Queen of Soul, who passed away on Aug. 16, 2018, at the age of 76.
“I’m just surprised no one from her family showed up on the one-year anniversary of her death,” said one observer at the cemetery’s mausoleum where the “Think” singer’s remains are interred. “I only saw a few loyal fans who loved her music and felt the need to pay their respects.”
The ugly court battle has pitched Aretha’s sons…