R. Kelly apparently made a rash decision on Tuesday (September 12) when posting one of his latest tweets and naturally, Twitter quickly took notice.
Kelly has been drowning in controversy (once again) since BuzzFeed published an article that alleged he was running a sex cult with women held against their will, something he adamantly denied.
In an attempt to promote new music, the controversial R&B singer evidently thought it was a good idea to write, “All it takes is one ‘yes’ to change your life. #WaitOnIt #MorningsWithKellz #RKelly,” and accompanied it with a photo of multiple “Nos” in red and one “Yes” in white.
The “Bump N Grind” singer has since deleted the post.
Followderp, from online™️ @D2_Derpinator
hello @rkelly why did you delete your rapey tweet because doing rapes is very bad.
Countless Twitter users chimed in on Kelly’s obvious backpedaling and many seemed to rejoice that it was removed. Others simply couldn’t believe he did it in the first place.
Kelly has a long history of alleged sexual misconduct. Most notably, he was accused of urinating on an underage girl in 2002, and illegally married the late singer Aaliyah in 1994 when she was just 15-year-old and he was 27.
Check out the various Twitter reactions to Kelly’s latest scandal below.
Somebody on R. Kelly’s PR team deleted that “yes” tweet I would say good job but that shit should’ve never seen the light of day anyway.
r kelly deleted that tweet with the quickness LOOOOOL
Max Power @Max_thePower
Why did he change his number again though? https://twitter.com/SportsCenter/status/907686929336020994 …
FollowDr Chad and 4 Others @iamchadhoward
Did you see R Kelly’s tweet?