When news of R. Kelly’s illegal and down right scandalous activities (i.e. allegations of maintaining an abusive, sexually-driven cult) hit the headlines, it was met with disbelief. That is… Until undeniable proof in the form of an outspoken victim surfaced.
Afterwards, the singer’s fan base seemed to decrease a little. His approval rating among his fellow artists even faltered. Case in point: Member of hip-hop trio Cutthroat Boyz, Vince Staples, made it cyrstal clear that he does not mess with R. Kelly.
During a backstage interview with Everyday Struggle‘s Nadeksa Alexis, the two joked about all the things Vince will be able to do after he gets off of probation before things took a… turn.
“R. Kelly a piece of fu**ing s**t,” he said.
Holding Nothing Back
The “Norf Norf” rapper is sure, positive that he won’t go to jail for ignoring speed limits because R. Kelly didn’t go to jail after several women came forward documenting the abuse they suffered at his hands.
“Think about it,” he said. “R. Kelly never went to jail and he’s a f**king child molester. He’s a child molester. I’m saying he’s a child molester and he pees on people and he can’t read and write and he didn’t go to jail. I’m a good person, R. Kelly a piece of f**king s**t. So, if piece of fu**ing s**t R. Kelly didn’t go to jail for being a child molester and peeing on people and having a human trafficking ring in Atlanta, then I’ll be alright.”
When Nadeska implied that his comments might be a little too much, the rapper said that “they shoulda booked R. kelly if they like R. Kelly so much.” He continued, “He would have pi**ed on somebody in the crowd because he pees on children.”
Kelly may not have faced legal repercussions for his actions, but he did see a little karma. Earlier this year, the singer was reportedly about to lose the home he supposedly ran the cult in. According to Daily Mail‘s sources, Kelly was given an eviction notice earlier February 2018.
The eviction notice was delivered to R. Kelly Tuesday, Feb. 13. According to reports, not only was no one was home at the time, but it also looked “abandoned.” The “Ignition” crooner surely got the message though.
After falling behind on two months of rent ― building up a tab of roughly $23k in unpaid rent and about $2300 in late fees ― the rental property’s owner wants R. Kelly out of the Duluth, Georgia residence. Though Kelly didn’t face criminal charges for allegedly holding several women captive in the Old Homestead Trail home, he’ll surely face them for the damage done to the rental.
A source told Daily Mail that Kelly is currently experiencing a significant dip in income. After his name was surrounded by bad press for the better part of 2017, he didn’t make the money he thought he would.
In the middle of last year, the first reports that the singer was running a s*x cult out of his home began. BuzzFeed, one of the first outlets to get on top of the story, spoke to those close to the 50-year-old artist. The members of Kelly’s inner circle claimed he had been running an “abusive cult” of young women, who weren’t allowed to contact their family, use their phones, or go to the bathroom without permission.
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