Drumma Boy Speaks On R. Kelly Accusations Of Plagiarism And Sexual Scandal.
#DXclusive: "I have to be a genius if the genius can reproduce and plagiarize the homie," the producer says.
Hollywood, CA – Despite the fact that certainly were not the most surprising, the accusations of running a "sex cult", were not the only ones being thrown at R. Kelly this week.
Ahead of the Buzzfeed story breaking, two-time Grammy-nominated producer Drumma Boy also took to Instagram to call Kelly for plagiarism. In the title, Drumma details of how the composer copied their rhythm in T. I. "is not Missin' Nothing" Whitney Houston "Salute" in 2009.
The 28 of August of 2009, I had the honor of being plagiarized by the genius himself, @rkelly . #11 Salute was clearly exactly the same track from @troubleman31 #Papertrail #YouAintMissingNothing only play and a key. You still forgot the saxophone #FuckBoy 😫😂 • ⌚️ to let the fans talk already that the plate does not show, however, that IS my #1 of #women #platinum #plaque • I Look to you has gone on to sell over 3 million copies worldwide, earning platinum certification in seven countries and gold certification in eight. #DrummaBoy VS #RKelly #Salute #MadeDrummaBoyFresh ♨️ #HitsOnly 🚫#RIP #WhitneyHouston #Culture #GodKnows 🤔
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HipHopDX caught up with Drumma Boy to get his thoughts on the R. Kelly scandal on Wednesday (July 19) on the Kat Tat hosted the Season 3 premiere of VH1 Black Ink Crew: Chicago at Tinhorn Flats Saloon & Grill in Hollywood, CA.
"My opinion about R. Kelly now are not too good. Recently it has published some shit that he did," Drumma boy said. "I am a fan of R. Kelly, to be honest with you. When I pulled out the Paper Trail, we put out in 2008. .. on the Tip of the album. It was just crazy to listen to in 2009, [R. Kelly] published by the same track in the Whitney Houston in the album. In The Month Of September. It's funny like, 'Damn. I have to be a genius if the genius can reproduce and plagiarize the homie.'"
He adds, "It's a blessing, man. I just stay focused.