R. Kelly Boldly Defies His ‘Boss’ After Sex Claims, Gets Freaky At Show

Posted On : July 29, 2017
R. Kelly

R. Kelly has been nothin’ but drama over the past couple weeks but he still appears to be unbothered by all the backlash. Despite the sex cult scandal, the “Seems Like You’re Ready” singer refuses to water down his style and he made it clear during his recent show in Virginia. Apparently, he had a message for the crowd.

Tone It Down?:

On Friday, July 28, R. Kelly hit the stage in Virginia Beach for his first concert since the whole sex cult debacle. The singer wasted no time getting straight to the point. He told fans what his boss wanted him to do and what he planned to do. The singer was advised to tone down his salacious style due to the sex cult allegations, but he wasn’t havin’ it.

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As expected, R. Kelly put on a show in true R. Kelly fashion. He reportedly had a few interactions with female fans that included them wiping sweat from his body and grabbing his crotch. So, obviously, nothing changed about the singer’s comments.

Did Fans Approve?:

Needless to say, fans were thrilled about the concert. If they weren’t, they wouldn’t have attended. In fact, a witness who did attend the concert said R. Kelly was amazing. However, there was just one problem. Apparently, R. Kelly pulled a Lauryn Hill and showed up extremely late. The singer reportedly took the stage for 45 minutes. Unfortunately, fans have admitted the opening act was on stage longer than R. Kelly. It’s unclear why he was late but it probably had something to do with the crowd – or lack thereof. Although the venue reportedly held 20,000, less than half of those seats were filled.

Since this is R. Kelly’s first concert since the sex cult scandal, it has many fans wondering if the first concert will set the tone for the rest. At this rate, R. Kelly’s tour may be in trouble but only time will tell.


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