R. Kelly isn’t having the best week after a vicious Black Twitter “dragging” and an explosive Village Voice piece that laid out some of the Chicago singer’s past sexual abuse allegations. The R&B star somewhat addressed his critics in a recent interview, choosing to sidestep the rumors.
R. Kelly released his latest studio album, Black Panties, today (December 10) and decided to take to Twitter earlier to open the communication lines a bit. After a tweet featuring an “#AskRKelly” hashtag, a barrage of hilarious slander came in the direction of the Chicago crooner via the social media network. Duck for cover, because […]