There is absolutely nothing wrong with R Kelly planning and eventually going for a musical tour amid #survivingRKelly scandal. A popular celebrity gist and gossip platform published on February 5th that the R&B king is ignoring allegation of abuse against him and is instead going on tour to Australia, New Zealand and Sri Lanke, as announced on Instagram and Twitter.
As a matter of fact, R Kelly did not ignore the allegation as he also coined #Survivinglies as a fight back and has denied the allegation publicly with verifiable evidence.
But why shouldn’t R Kelly go on tour? The law in most countries says ”a person is not guilty of an offense of allegation until the court says so” Which court convicted R Kelly? None, as yet!
Allegation and scandals are synonymous to celebrity lives, This is not targeted at exonerating R Kelly from the allegations, if he is tried and proven guilty of the alleged offense, he should deal with the law.
Hence not yet tried, the public is being grossly unfair by judging a man based on an alleged crime they never witnessed, just because some ladies attested.
On the part of the media publishing against, its clearly understood that the needful must be done to stay on track, no offense!
Direct response to a particular line on one of the publication against the R Kelly’s new tour, there is nothing bizarre about the tour just because certain individuals hipped mountain of allegation against someone. Next, Sony Music dropping an artist signed on it label is a choice and not a proof of the said allegation.
”Not only is the tour announcement bizarre because of the mounting allegations against him, but also because he was recently dropped by Sony Music amid backlash from Lifetime‘s Surviving R. Kelly.”
With all fairness R Kelly’s new tour is free to hold, and the singers fans worldwide are free to attend.