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R. Kelly’s legal troubles seemingly have gotten even worse. His team’s request to exclude jurors who have watched Surviving R. Kelly has been denied.

R.Kelly will be under supervised release for five years once he leaves prison. 

UPDATE: R. Kelly has been sentenced to 30 years on sex trafficking charges that included racketeering. Disgraced R&B singer R. Kelly is set to be sentenced today (June 29) after being convicted of all nine counts of sex trafficking—he was found guilty of sexually abusing women, boys and girls for years.

R. Kelly is making some very interesting friendships while behind bars. It is being reported he and the accused Brooklyn subway shooter have become close associates.

If you’re an R. Kelly supporter than you need to put in extra prayer for your boy. The feds placed him under suicide watch after his recent guilty conviction.

Chuck D of Public Enemy was on the defense yesterday, clarifying that he wasn't defending disgraced singer R. Kelly with a tweet he issued after Kelly was federally convicted of sex trafficking.

The defense attorney for R. Kelly in his federal trial, Deveraux Cannick, compared the singer to Dr. Martin Luther King, former Vice President Mike Pence, and Playboy mogul Hugh Hefner in a rambling closing argument on Thursday.


The latest witness for the prosecution in the federal trial of R. Kelly testified on Monday that he had begun to sexually abuse Aaliyah when she was only 13, two years earlier than many suspected.

R. Kelly is looking to raise money and rather quickly. According to reports he is trying to sell his publishing rights but no one is buying.

R. Kelly's federal trial began with the prosecution and the defense making their opening statements, giving way to testimony by one of his alleged victims that detailed how sordid his alleged actions were.