Female R. Kelly Fans With Nothing Better To Do With Their Finances Have Been Trying To Help Pay R. Kelly's $1 Million Bail
"The love is real, I guess."
February 25, 2019 at 6:47 pm
The love for R. Kelly still runs deep for several female fans.
Complex reported the county clerk's office has been receiving several phone calls regarding bail for the singer born Robert Kelly. After a court appearance on Saturday where his bond was set at $1 million by Judge John Fitzgerald Lyke Jr., he is spending his second night in holding.
Chicago reporter Will Lee shared the news via Twitter, explaining female fans were calling to find out how they can help post bond for the singer.
"A court clerk just told me their office was receiving calls from female #RKelly fans wanting to know how to post bail for him. The love is real, I guess," he wrote.
A court clerk just told me their office was receiving calls from female #RKelly fans wanting to know how to post bail for him. The love is real, I guess.
— Will Lee (@MidnoirCowboy) February 24, 2019
Fortunately, for women who want Kelly to remain muted, he has been unable to post the $100,000 needed to be released from police custody before his trial. According to attorney Steve Greenberg, Kelly's finances are a "mess."
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"And #bondcourt is over folks. Sadly no stories, but we’ll keep checking on whether #RKelly posts bail today. But have a great Sunday," Lee continued in his second tweet.
The 52-year-old could face up to ten counts of felony criminal sexual abuse for the sexual assault of four victims between the ages of 13 and 17 years old.
As Blavity previously reported, the R&B singer is now also under investigation in the state of Georgia for sexual misconduct reported at his mansion. Several women came forward to say Kelly held them against their will in an alleged sex cult.
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