Kelly Has Zero Chill
The disgraced R&B singer is singing a different tune from behind bars after years of denying allegations of sexual assault and misconduct against several women, his album is contradicting that.
The project, which dropped today is titled I Admit It and the last three tracks on the album are allegedly extremely telling and insulting one titled “I Admit It Pt.2” where Kelly sings.
“I admit I f*cked with all the ladies. That’s both older and young ladies. But tell me how they call it pedophile because of that sh*t that’s crazy. You may have your opinions, entitled to your opinions, but am I really supposed to go to jail or lose my career because of your opinions?”
Say what? The song is obviously sparking a lot of controversies and folks are taking to social media to call out Kelly and whoever else helped him produce the album.
R. Kelly Is Getting Slammed Online
Now that the art is blatantly about the abuse of young black girls maybe y’all can stop “separating the art from the artist,” says one upset follower.
“R Kelly dropped an album from prison. The last 3 tracks are titled “I Admit it (I Did it)”. In part 2 he says he admits he fucks w/ the younger ladies but it being pedophilia is yal opinion, not fact. & he shouldn’t be in jail based on yal opinions. ELECTRIC CHAIR!!!” insisted another follower.
“If you’re promoting R Kelly’s album, you’re weird and clearly don’t give a fuck about black girls and black women.”
“An R. Kelly album in 2022 is nuts. Checking for it is nuts. It is titled “I Admit It” is nuts.”
People are clearly in utter shock that Kelly is able to make an album and isn’t there a law against profiting off crimes? Does that apply to music as well?
It’s A Full Album Ya’ll
The singer had the audacity to release a full-length 13-track album that some screenshots as being on Apple music platforms.
‘They’re brainwashed, really? Kidnapped, really? Can’t eat, really? Real talk, that s*** sound silly,’ he sings. He also has the audacity to complain about how hard life is now behind bars. “I got a life. I got a right. Cancel my shows? That ain’t right.”
The 55-year-old also revealed that he has a strong support system. “I admit I just feel like retiring. I admit I don’t feel like trying. But all my real n****rs around me keep telling me: Kelz, f*** that you gotta keep climbing.”
The Uproar On Twitter Is Expected And Celebs Are Involved
The more tracks that drop the more pissed off former fans of Kelly get. Rapper Chika couldn’t hold back, they were disgusted “like you understand that listening to R. Kelly gives him money, right? you’re giving an abusive rapist pedophile money.”
“R Kelly done dropped a damn album from jail… I feel horrible because I wanna damn listen to it 😩,” writes reality star Masika Kalysha.
In a recent update, Spotify and Apple both dropped the problematic album from their platforms.