R. Kelly Called Sex Cult Allegations "A Bunch Of Crap"
R. Kelly speaks.
R. Kelly has officially called BS on the accusations of him running a sex fueled by the worship and the celebration of women against their will.
In a video uploaded to social networks on Thursday (July 27), Kelly called the claims "a bunch of crap".
Besides denying the accusations, the sufferings of the singer also revealed that he is still putting in his next The After Party of the Tour, which is scheduled to hit the East Coast soon.
"Is that your boy Kelz. And I just wanted to let all my followers know that despite all of the shit that y'all of the hearing. I'm going to be coming to the East Coast to do my show. And believe me you. It is a pile of shit. Aight? I hope to see you all there. I love y'all," R. Kelly said in the video.
Of the east Coast...see U this weekend 4 #TheAfterPartyTour ! 📍VIRGINIA BEACH yall side! BALTIMORE & WHITE PLAINS, NY see u soon#KellzInTown pic.twitter.com/4NuAffwqgq
— R. Kelly (@rkelly) July 28, 2017
So far, it seems that the accusations have not impacted Kelly's ability to sell tickets. TMZ reported earlier this month that his tour is still ongoing, and that his Detroit show, which will take place on the 5th of August, according to reports, was close to being sold.
Between the cities Kelly plans to visit as part of his The After Party Tour: College Park, Georgia, Virginia Beach, Virginia, and Baltimore, Maryland.
Despite the fact that the sample goes according to plan, thousands of people have demanded that the singer was dropped from Sony Records. A request to promote the tag #DropRKelly has received nearly 35,000 signatures.