This just further proves our point on the cultural elite.
After decades of trying and failing to bring singer R. Kelly to justice for alleged sexual misconduct with underage girls, prosecutors finally convicted the 54 year old at a recent sex trafficking trial in New York.
Kelly could receive upwards of 100 years to life in prison for the accumulated charges, and pending charges in other related trials, which he may or may not be convicted on.
Normally this type of thing wouldn’t be on my radar, but like I said…. it just further proves everything we have been saying about the cultural elites in this country, and the vapid entertainment that they sell.
R. Kelly just makes us further question why there is such a large child sex problem in Hollywood, in American politics, and among the liberal elite.
I mean seriously, why do they all seem to have problems with this? What on earth is going on, why does such a small sample size have such an overrepresentation when it comes to child sex crimes?
Here’s more on the story:
For the people asking if society won't give R Kelly a second chance/chance to redeem himself: that chance was when he was acquitted in 2008.
His response was to start moving his conquests to a home in GA where the age of consent is 16.
He ESCALATED. For over 10 more years.
— Naima Cochrane’s Burner Acct (@stillnaima) September 28, 2021
R Kelly abused little boys too by the way. But of course nobody talks about it cus then people would really have no excuse to defend him. Black girls being abused isn’t enough for some of y’all but homosexuality? Nothing outrages y’all more than homosexuality does.
— she (@tarynsinterlude) September 28, 2021
The Associated Press notes:
Among the other more troubling tableaux: Kelly keeping a gun by his side while he berated one of his accusers as a prelude to forcing her to give him oral sex in a Los Angeles music studio; Kelly giving several accusers herpes without disclosing he had an STD; Kelly coercing a teenage boy to join him for sex with a naked girl who emerged from underneath a boxing ring in his garage; and Kelly shooting a shaming video of one alleged victim showing her smearing feces on her face as punishment for breaking his rules.
Of 14 possible racketeering acts considered in the trial, the jury found only two “not proven.” The allegations involved a woman who said Kelly took advantage of her in 2003 when she was an unsuspecting radio station intern.
People are so out raged about this R. Kelly situation, wait until they find out the rest of their faves in Hollywood. Wish they had the same reaction with everyone, that’s all I’m saying.. ☕️ 😂
— Jael🤪 (@FavGhostwriter) September 28, 2021
People who defend R Kelly are basically saying that the *basic* safety of dozens of Black girls are not worth the accountability of one Black male predator.
— Renee (@PettyLupone) September 29, 2021
Bill Cosby publicly defended R. Kelly according to The New York Post:
Wyatt shared Cosby’s thoughts in a Tuesday night interview with The Post, where the rep said Kelly never stood a chance and railed against the ’90s R&B superstar’s defense team.
“The deck was stacked against Robert,” said Wyatt. “His constitutional rights were grossly abused. I don’t know anywhere but in this country in the United States that a documentary can bring criminal charges against someone.”
“No one fought hard for him,” and his attorneys didn’t “humanize him,” Wyatt said.