Twitter Rejoices After R. Kelly Removes Questionable Tweet

HipHop News Posted on September 12, 2017 at 11:53am

Twitter Rejoices After R. Kelly Removes Questionable Tweet

No, No, no, no, no.

R. Kelly apparently made a rash decision on Tuesday (September 12) when the publication of one of his recent tweets, and, naturally, Twitter quickly realized.

Kelly has been drowning in controversy (once more) since BuzzFeed published an article which stated that it was running a sex cult with the woman, held against her will, something that stubbornly refused.

In an attempt to promote the new music, the controversial R&B singer, of course, I thought that was a good idea to write, "All that is needed is a 'yes' to change your life. #WaitOnIt #MorningsWithKellz #RKelly", and accompanied it with a photo of multiple "Us" in red and "Yes" in white.

The "Bump N Grind", the singer has already deleted the post.

hi @rkelly why did you remove your rapey tweet, because doing the violations is very bad.

— prsps, of online™️ (@D2_Derpinator) September 12, 2017

A number of Twitter users chimed in Kelly's obvious backtrack and many seemed glad that it was removed. Others simply could not believe that he did it in the first place.

Kelly has a long history of alleged sexual misconduct. In particular, he was accused of urinating on a girl under age in the year 2002, and illegally married the late singer Aaliyah in 1994 when she was just 15 years old and he 27.

Take a look at the various Twitter reactions to Kelly's latest scandal below.

Someone in R. Kelly, the public relations team removed the "yes" tweet, I would say good job, but that shit should never have seen the light of day anyway.

— The Wolf of 3rd st (@TheImmaculateC) September 12, 2017

The People who support R. Kelly did not tweet. They are on Facebook and wear hats to church on Sunday

— Not Painted With 🇳🇬 (@_Salakito) September 12, 2017

r kelly deleted the tweet with the speed of the LOOOOOL

— LOADED GLIZZY 🇭🇹 (@TroobAdore) September 12, 2017

Do you see R Kelly tweet?


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