R Kelly Might Host Exclusive Concerts In Prison

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On the occassion R.Kelly serve his sentence without parole, then he will be eighty five years old when he comes out of prison.

Therefore in all those years, he might have to rely on his currency of song performance for protection. In the three years behind bars, he apparently got a beating from a fellow inmate.

Anyway…, 

Suppose the just passed three-decades sentence on Robert Sylvester Kelly is fitting. Therefore, presume that also in his conscious R Kelly knows it to be so…, That is to say the nasty one knows in his conscious he deserves the sentence of Judge Ann Donnelly of the Brooklyn federal court. 

Then considering the above paragraph, the R&B star would have let himself get played by a chemical called O of S (Out Of Sense weakness). Now, research* reveals some dangerous toxicity comes with power, fame and money. Individually or all three at once could run faster than Usain Bolt, Therefore, leaving in a tailspin of a twirl a person in its wake. 

Additionally, the record-breaking pace of any of the three, induced by the tricky O of S  substance ruhes in the mind, and once settled there, it badly batters and sometimes knocks sense out of a human. As a result, developed is a famine of sensible human thought, sensitivity and humane reason. Indeed, the combined force of the chemical from all three – money, fame and power- can have catastrophic outcomes. 

R.Kelly Should Have Listened To Michael Jackson 

So, for the Bump n Gring star there is no one to blame but self. Speaking to BBC news, Lizzette Martinez, who met Kelly when she was 17, said the I believe I can Fly star could have done many things to stop himself. “He had all the resources. He could have gotten help.” Paradoxical or contencious as it may be, R Kelly should have listened to Man In The Mirror by Michael Jackson. In particular, the lines…, 

I am starting with the man in the mirror, asking him to change his ways.

It follows then that Ama H.Vanniarachchy has a point in saying…,“The greatest betrayal is betraying yourself.” If truth be told, the worst you could do to yourself is lying to you in the sight of plain reality. Because getting high on your supply and that of others is tantamount to self hate of first-degree suicide.

 

Without A Doubt, He Is Not The Only One

Many among the famous, moneyed and with access to some power are prone to demuminize. Most of all, several think of themselves as invincible, invisible and untouchable.

In their sentencing memo, prosecutors wrote of their hope a lengthy sentence of imprisonment for R Kelly will deter others – including those with wealth, fame and the outsized power such status brings – from engaging in similar inhuman acts.

As a matter of fact, the crime of recruiting and trapping teenagers and women for sex generally permeates in various sphered of society. Countless are abusers of position of power – illicit or immoral sex traders. Certainly, they take advantage of the vulnerable and, to an extend, the desperate. Only if office, guest house and hotel walls could speak. 

It is unfortunate talent as Kelly has to go down the way he is. It is more unfortunate the prestige brought about by his gift of the art got abused to lay a path of harm, hurt and destruction of fellow humans. 

Pity, the targets of the R.Kelly scheme got not blessed with the cheekiness of Brenda Fassie. Suppose they were then they would have sung….,

No! No! No! Senor

Please, please do not do that to me. 

*Indicates what should be common sense

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Mr B
Mr B
1 year ago

Beautifully penned piece 👊

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