Formerly known as the king of R&B music, Robert Sylvester Kelly who’s goes by the artist name “R. Kelly” trends once again. Releasing an album from behind bars on Dec. 9th titled “I Admit It” ironically he was convicted for Federal Sex Crimes.
On Sept. 27, 2021, following six weeks of trial, a federal jury in Brooklyn convicted Kelly of all nine counts of a superseding indictment charging him with racketeering predicated on criminal conduct including sexual exploitation of children, forced labor and Mann Act violations involving the coercion and transportation of women and girls in interstate commerce to engage in illegal sexual activity. United States District Judge Ann M. Donnelly sentence R. Kelly to 30 years in prison June 29, 2022.
While distraught, many people whom expressed their disgust publicly in Aayan Fix My Life Club on clubhouse; over the lyrics the formerly charting #1 Billboard artist displayed in his new album. It’s his first album since 2016, including 13 tracks of pure predatory behavior. Admitting he like young ladies! “I admit I fuck with all the ladies/They both older and young ladies”.
Some folks can see him charting once again while others want to see his music vanish from all platforms. The news of the album rapidly trended on Twitter. Some celebrities particularly trolled the sex offender.
Deon Cole tweeted, “R.Kelly just dropped a new album. COMEDIANS, … …get on your mark, get set… and GOOOOOOOOO TheShadeRoom has reported Apple and Spotify have pulled R. Kelly latest album from their platforms!