Disgraced and dastardly R&B crooner R. Kelly is looking at serious times. Federal prosecutors are going to request that the “I Believe I Can Fly” singer, and convicted sexual predator, be sentenced to over 25 years in prison.
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.
Well, she's not wrong. Still, we just don't see a judge letting R. Kelly walk given everything that's come to light about his behavior over the years.
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.
A week after Kelly was finally held accountable for his crimes against countless young women, YouTube banned both R. Kelly TV and R. Kelly Vevo from it's video platform.
Bill Cosby has chimed in on Kelly's explosive case by saying the Chicago native was "railroaded" in his case and Twitter has some thoughts.
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A former sex crimes prosecutor who once viewed Kelly in an unfavorable light has since switched her position and is now defending him.
The Pied Piper of R&B is keeping his mouth shut. Disgraced crooner and accused predator R. Kelly has decided not to testify in his sex trafficking trial in Brooklyn.
It's 2021, and aligning yourself, even inadvertently, with anything R. Kelly-related is asking for a fail. Enter Drake, who sampled the disgraced crooner on his new album, Certified Lover Boy, and has been catching flack for it ever since.
It's not looking good for the king of R&Pee.
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