“Doesn’t mean he’s a bad person.”
Promoters have pulled the plug on the tour, which R. Kelly maintains was “fake”.
The two collaborated back in 2013
Officials have encouraged survivors and witnesses to come forward.
“I apologize to all of his survivors for working with him and for taking this long to speak out.”
“FAKE TOUR ALERT”
R. Kelly’s Australian promoter has defended today’s announcement, despite the singer facing multiple allegations of sexual abuse.
“Robert, you’re going to kill me. I can’t breathe.”
“Say I’m abusing these women, what the fuck that’s some absurd shit.”
Yet another allegation.
They’ve removed rapper XXXTentacion as well.
“We demand investigations into R. Kelly’s abuse allegations… We call on those who profit from his music to cut ties.”
“He’s a child molester.”
Rain, mud, Aussies, assaults and the President’s daughter…
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