R. Kelly In the Concert Cancellations: "don't believe what you say"

HipHop News Posted on August 5, 2017 at 3:13am

R. Kelly In the Concert Cancellations: "don't believe what you say"

According to Kellz, will be pied piping across the country.

Mt. Pleasant, MI – R. Kelly took to Instagram on Friday night (August 4), we reiterate that none of his concerts have been cancelled in the midst of the rumors of who is running a sex cult.

From the back of his tour bus, he recorded a quick video addressing his fans in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, where she acted as part of The After Party of the Tour, later that night.

"I, what Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, is your boy Kellz," he said. "I just want you to know that I'm five minutes from the city. I'm ready to do my thing tonight. I want to thank all the fans for coming and support me, so I'm going to be there. And I want to the whole world the whole world to know — there are no tours canceled, man, okay? Despite what you hear, don't believe what you say. I have not cancelled is not a show. I'm ready to get started on this night. I'll see y'all in a couple of minutes. I love y'all. The peace".

❌MT. NICE❌ get ready for an experience you won't soon forget. #KellzinTown .... now hashtag!

A post shared by R Kelly (@rkelly) August 4, 2017, at 5:12 pm PDT

The controversial R&B singer had already taken to Instagram the 27 of July to record a video addressing the East Coast leg of the tour and apparently called the allegations of an underage sex cult to a "bunch of crap".

"Despite all the shit y'all hearing, I will come to the East Coast to do my show," he said. "And believe me you, is a pile of shit."

Of the east Coast...see you this weekend for #TheAfterPartyTour ! 📍VIRGINIA BEACH y'all! BALTIMORE & WHITE PLAINS, NY see you soon! Head to Ticketmaster for more information. #KellzInTown

A post shared by R Kelly (@rkelly) on Jul 27, 2017 at 6:57pm PDT

Although Kelly clearly denies any of his concerts have been cancelled, the plug has been reportedly pulled in at least four different shows in Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Dallas and Los Angeles for poor ticket sales.

An entire county in Georgia, also wants to ban Kell


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