R. Kelly‘s Chicago music studio currently has city officials crawling all over it after the singer was forced to let them enter the property.
Inspectors from the Department of Buildings entered the property around noon as a crowd of media and onlookers gathered outside. They were there for about an hour before leaving.
As we reported, Kelly was ordered by a Cook County judge to let the inspectors inside after attorneys for the city believed he was using the industrial property for a music studio and residence.
Hours before the inspection, a person was seen leaving the property carrying a computer, but he did not answer any questions from reporters and it was unclear what he was doing.
Man spotted bringing computer tower and boxes out of R. Kelly’s west side recording studio before dawn Wednesday. Would not say if he was the landlord or an employee of the embattled singer. @cbschicago #RKelly pic.twitter.com/drh1vC6bPZ
— Mike Puccinelli (@MPuccinelliCBS2) January 16, 2019