Embattled American singer and RnB icon, R Kelly insists that he is innocent after the court found him guilty and convicted him of $ex trafficking.
According a report by Gistreel, a jury of seven men and five women on Monday found Kelly, 54, guilty of all nine counts, including racketeering, on their second day of deliberations.
The R&B legend also faces the possibility of decades in prison for crimes, including violating the Mann Act, an anti-s£x trafficking law that prohibits taking anyone across state lines “for any immoral purpose”. Sentencing is scheduled for May 4, 2022 — according to reports.
However, R. Kelly had also taken to his social media page to assure his fans that he will not give up until he proves his innocence of the allegations against him.
He wrote on Facebook:
“To all my fans and supporters I love you all and thank you for all the support. Today’s verdict was disappointing and I will continue to prove my innocence and fight for my freedom. ✊🏾❤️#notguilty”
See his post below:
Meanwhile, it is said that getting to the top is hard but maintaining it when you are at the top is harder and in this life so many people in their endeavours have gone down to where they were before rising to the top mostly because they did not have what it takes to keep themselves up there partly due to the fact that they got complacent at a point and though there is nothing to fight for anymore.
Well, this is not the case of award-winning Nigerian singer, Burna Boy as he has been spotted undergoing vocal therapy to ensure his voice is apt on the microphone always.
After winning the Grammy for the first time in his life, he finds it important to maintain the momentum and energy in order to stay on top.