R Kelly rubs fan’s cellphone in between his legs in act of defiance

2018-05-14 13:01
R. Kelly’s rubs fan’s cellphone in between his leg

Johannesburg - Can R Kelly’s career get anymore controversial?

The once iconic singer has used his Friday night concert in North Carolina to perform a string of vulgar acts against recent harassment allegations. This follows two women who have previously accused R Kelly of sexual misconduct speaking publicly for the first time about life with the R&B singer.

Four other women have also came forward with allegations of sexual abuse against the 51 year old. To make matters worse, Kelly’s behaviour follows Spotify announcing they’ve removed his music from playlists and recommendations amid a mounting campaign to boycott the singer’s work

According to BET, more accusers have come forward against the rapper since #MuteRKelly trended on Twitter last week. This was followed by calls for the artist to cancel his 11 May concert. But Kelly was not phased and the show went ahead. And despite being told to “tone it down,” he went even further with sexual gestures and adult language.

With protestors standing outside his concert venue, the artist said, “Sometimes, some storms ain’t gonna stop…As long as my fans are calling for me, I’m gonna be on that stage, singing these songs.

“I’ve been through a lot of (expletive)” this week, he continued. And despite approached backstage to tone down his songs and language because there were families in attendance, he did the opposite.

“Let me ask y’all something,” he said to the crowd. “Can I do my show tonight?”

Kelly then launched into his sexually suggestive repertoire and at one point rubbed a fan’s cell phone between his legs. And if that wasn’t enough, he told another fan to wipe his face, tongue and crotch with a towel.

However, the artist denies abusing anyone and faces no current criminal charges, and his fans weren’t giving up on their R&B superstar.


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