R. Kelly Seen Fans Protesting For His Freedom At Chicago
R. Kelly Seen Fans Protesting For His Freedom At Chicago: American singer, songwriter, musician, record producer, actor and former semi-professional basketball player from Illinois. He has been credited with helping to redefine R&B and hip hop, earning nicknames such as “the King of R&B”, “the King of Pop-Soul”, and the “Pied Piper of R&B”, R. Kelly’s Fans apparently hit the streets requesting his freedom.
Things have not been solid for R. Kelly for quite a while now. In spite of the fact that the charges of youngster attack and grooming have continued for decades, law authorities are clarifying that they’re planning to put R. Kelly in the slammer, for the last time. And keeping in mind that a rather large majority of individuals are trusting the result prompts the beset singer spending his remaining days in prison, it appears as though there’s as yet a strong vocal minority battling for his freedom.
Film emerged earlier today of supposed Free R. Kelly protests occurring in Chicago. People gathered through the streets requesting equity for the singer just as his freedom. The serenades varied from “Free R. Kelly” to “Where were the parents,” while carrying an enormous banner reading, “Justice For R. Kelly.”
The protest arrives days after Kelly’s lawyer recorded another movement to the appointed authority whining about the chance of his case being pushed back. The trial date is set to Oct. 20, 2020 however due to COVID, there’s an opportunity it may be postponed much further. “They refer to, primarily, that pandemic and its related troubles, including the need to quarantine observers, and the challenges related with the trial of this greatness in the current environment,” his lawyer expressed, per The Blast.
“That is not Mr. Kelly’s fault and that should not be Mr. Kelly’s problem, and Mr. Kelly should not be the one who has to suffer, remaining in archaic jail conditions that are medieval, so that the Government can more conveniently prosecute its case.”
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People in Chicago are marching for R Kelly pic.twitter.com/rOOAxZBeWX
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