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People In Chicago March For R Kelly, Chanting ‘Free R Kelly’ – Video



Chicago Residents marching For R Kelly In Viral Video

Chicago Residents marching For R Kelly In Viral Video

On July 11, 2019, popular R&B singer R Kelly was arrested on federal charges alleging sex crimes and obstruction of justice. Kelly faces a total of 18 federal counts, including child pornography, kidnapping and forced labor, as of July 12, 2019.

Hence, he is currently incarcerated at Metropolitan Correctional Center, Chicago. About a week ago, three of Kelly’s alleged goons were caught red handed intimidating his victims.

According to The Chicago Tribune, three men have been charged in federal court in New York with attempting to “intimidate, threaten or corruptly influence” alleged victims in the racketeering case against singer R Kelly.

Chicago Residents marching For R Kelly In Viral Video

Arline, 31 a longtime friend of Kelly’s, was captured on an FBI wiretap discussing a scheme in which one victim involved in the case would receive a proposed payment of $500,000 to keep her from cooperating with the government.

Another complaint accused Russell, 45, of threatening to reveal sexually explicit photographs of a different victim and “publicly reveal her sexual history” if she didn’t drop a pending lawsuit against Kelly.

The third man, Michael Williams, allegedly set fire to an SUV in June that was parked outside a Florida residence where an alleged victim in Kelly’s case was staying!

Amid the legal battle, people in Chicago are seen in a viral video marching for R Kelly. The protesters of about 20 – 30 people consisting of White and Blacks can be seen with placards chanting; “free R Kelly”.


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Looks like some people are ready for R. Kelly to be out of the slammer!

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