Wack 100 Talks About Pressing R. Kelly At A Concert At The Forum

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The verdict is in, and R. Kelly was sentenced to 30 years earlier this week for racketeering and sex trafficking charges after the news broke that he was receiving 30 years Wack 100 and the 100 ENT podcast room were open to discussing the verdict.

During the conversation on the Clubhouse app, Wack 100 added why did anyone from affiliated with Chiraq ever press R. Kelly for what he was accused of?

“He was paying said one user. Trust me he has been pressured, he was paying.

Wack shared, “I know he has been pressured because I was used to pressuring him one day. The n*** did a show at the Forum [In Inglewood, California]. My man’s called down, and he said Wack, a couple of my GDs [Gangster Disciples] want to holla at this n*** he been ducking them, it was about a bag. They gave the n*** about 300 or 400 to do something.

He had been ducking him; I think he was trying to get the money up on tour to give it back to him… As soon as I walk through security, I’m talking to my wife, saying you better get this right because I’m getting these motherf***ing phone calls. I walk passed security and get to the tunnels, and he here this n***. I walk up to the n*** and hand the n*** the phone.

As for Kelly’s victims the 30 year verdict is a major step towards justice after 30 years of terror.

Lisa Van Allen recently spoke with Variety and shared, “He preyed on young girls and boys for over 30 years — it only seems fit that he’s put away for the time.”

Van Allen was the primary witness in 2008 while R. Kelly was in court for child pornography. At the time, she said there was proof, but nobody listened. The defendant was acquitted. Van Allen met her for the first time when she was a minor on a music video set.

She then went into a complicated relationship with him and was part of a sex tape in which she said she was forced when she appeared in “Surviving R. Kelly.”

“Reflecting back on trial in 2008, I’m so proud to see how far we have come 14 years later,” Van Allen says. “It brings me nothing but joy to know that I am and will continue to be part of the solution. I am thankful for everyone that let us be heard. I do it for anyone who feels voiceless — know that you are not alone. We aren’t victims. We are survivors. Our work isn’t done. This is just the beginning.”

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Written by Byron Nelson

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