April 21, 2006, - 4:50 pm

No Shame: The Chutzpah of R. Kelly

By Debbie Schlussel
Hmmm . . . . Does this sound like the humility of a man charged with 14-counts of child pornography, including having sex with a 14-year-old on tape (and reportedly urinating on her)?
Nope. R. Kelly’s latest stop on his “R. Kelly as Mr. Showbiz” tour is here in the Detroit area. And the description of his latest antics and expected concert repertoire, as reported by The Detroit Spews, sure doesn’t sound like the usual humble behavior of a man facing the charges of his life:
* “MTV reports from a show in New York earlier this week that Kells performed a new song called ‘The Zoo,’ which includes the lines: ‘You and me, hopping like two kangaroos,’ and . . . ‘It’s like ‘Jurassic Park,’ but I’m your sexasaurus.’
* Kelly “asks the ladies to ‘get my computer love right off your screen’ during ‘Like a Real Freak,’ from his ‘TP2.com.’

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* Kelly sings of “‘Sex Weed,’ described on his ‘TP.3′ album as the ‘sex so good that it gets me high.’
* In “Sex in the Kitchen,” Kelly “asks to get it on ‘over by the stove,’ later moving to the counter, ‘by the buttered rolls.’ Potatoes are involved, too.”
And remember all of this is with a preferred age group of 14-year-olds.

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7 Responses

Why is this guy still around? By not throwing this guy in the can for a very long time, we’re not presenting a good image to the rest of the world.

KnightoftheImpaler on April 22, 2006 at 11:20 am

Notice what this thug is wearing in the above pic. What he’s doing is adopting the image of your typical, ruthless, corrupt, African despot. This is straight out of the Robert Mugabee and Idi Amin playbook. Kelly is trying to send a message to his “peeps” and the government that if “the man” successfully prosecutes him, then they can look forward to another round of violence, rioting, and chaos in L.A., Chicago and elsewhere.
It’s a tactic that works well with juries made up of blacks and spineless, self-hating whites. Don’t believe me?…then ask the jurors from O.J.’s and Michael Jackson’s trials.

Thee_Bruno on April 22, 2006 at 3:48 pm

This guy gets lots of protests from Blacks about giving them a bad name and molesting their girls, but unfortunately some still insist on defending him. I would say, though, that even his own supporters are probably starting to get fed up with him at this point. You can only blame Whitey for so long if you’re on tape peeing on a young girl.

KnightoftheImpaler on April 22, 2006 at 6:19 pm

To Knight,
I like what you say, however, and with all due respect, O.J. Simpson didn’t pee on a young girl…he nearly beheaded a beautiful woman and butchered a man. But that didn’t stop Johnny Cockran (may he Rest in Piss) from playing the race card and getting him acquitted.

Thee_Bruno on April 23, 2006 at 10:10 am

The race card was at its height in popularity in the 1990s, as was just about everything that is wrong and bad in this world. Unfortunately it’s still common, but not to the point where they’d let off a guy who’s on tape peeing on a young girl. Another thing to take into account is that the girl was Black while O.J.’s victims were White. This is probably another reason why his own people have rapidly been turning on him. Hopefully, this will make for a decline in race card trials.

KnightoftheImpaler on April 23, 2006 at 3:44 pm

“Unfortunately”, I hadda miss it-as with “the rap community”,I’m still shocked-shocked
over the recent demise of Proof at the CCC club
on Eight Mile’ in Detroi’.But I see dat Kelly appeared at The Fox Theatre where I once saw Ella
Fitzgerald-and down the street from the recently demolished Motown Records headquarters.With just a little luck,if R. Kelly were scheduled at the CCC club-which ignored Law 101-‘Check Yo’ Piece
At The Do'(particularly when a rapper is involved),two rappers fo’ the price a one coulda been smoked.

jaywilton on April 24, 2006 at 10:07 am

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