R.Kelly Appreciation Thread

MusicMan26

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Well, personally I never call someone "guilty" without evidence. Anyone can make an accusation. That just seems like common sense to me.
 

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It was all over twitter the other night. People drawing parallels between MJ and R. Kelly. Awful.
They are nothing alike if you know the facts and testimony in each case. If anyone does that only because MJ is the easy name to bring up. YAWNNNN. These people making this comparison is small number. Most people know the deal or do not care.
 

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They are nothing alike if you know the facts and testimony in each case. If anyone does that only because MJ is the easy name to bring up. YAWNNNN. These people making this comparison is small number. Most people know the deal or do not care.

Oh I agree. But these numbers are increasing following the FBI files and child porn stories, and the connections people have been making following all the sex scandals.
 

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terrell;4236472 said:
They are nothing alike if you know the facts and testimony in each case. If anyone does that only because MJ is the easy name to bring up. YAWNNNN. These people making this comparison is small number. Most people know the deal or do not care.

I’ve seen a handful of Black men “defending” RKelly by deflecting the backlash against RKelly by, somehow, linking RKelly to MJ.

MJ didn’t marry a 15 year old Aaliyah, didn’t prey on young girls at schools nor answered a reporter’s question regarding his relationship with teenagers like this:
https://youtu.be/MX1qybUYFjg

I’ve seen way more people defending MJ, though. Calling the RKelly supporters out for their nonsense.
 

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So apparently as a result of the documentary there are now two prosecutors in different states calling for more "victims" to come forward. Sounds awfully familiar...
 

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Well, personally I never call someone "guilty" without evidence. Anyone can make an accusation. That just seems like common sense to me.

I'd personally call a sex tape and a legal document proving he married a 15 year old as evidence..
 

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Just sad that now we are probably never going to hear the mj-r. kelly songs from up to 2009
 

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Very odd thread to have on an MJ forum. I find it borderline offensive to be honest.
 

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Personally I believe Kelly unlike Michael to be guilty and a very disturbed man. I still love his music tho and listens to it. But as a man I cannot respect him as a person and I hope he gets convicted and goes to prison.
 

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I'd personally call a sex tape and a legal document proving he married a 15 year old as evidence..
This. They have found physical tapes. The original one that leaked 20 years ago should of been enough to convict him back then. People try to compare MJ to RKelly which is nonsense when you look at the evidense.
 
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