R. Kellyappears to have a supporter in French Montana.
Following his halftime efficiency on the Los Angeles Rams recreation on Saturday (Jan. 12), the rapper advised TMZ that Kelly ought to have the ability to get pleasure from his musical legacy regardless of a number of allegations of sexual assault.
"They don't let no one have their legendary moments," Montana mentioned. "I really feel like they did Michael Jackson like that. They did R. Kelly like that. All the greats went down like that."
French steered that Kelly's alleged habits didn't come as a shock by singing the lyrics to his track 1993 track "Bump n' Grind": "My thoughts's tellin' me no, however my physique, my physique's tellin' me sure."
Montana ended the dialog by stating that Kelly ought to have the ability to get pleasure from his legacy regardless of the flood of assault allegations. "Whatever occurred, occurred," the rapper mentioned. "He went] within the courtroom of regulation and received."
Kelly's historical past of alleged sexual abuse got here to gentle once more lately with the discharge of Lifetime’s documentary sequence Surviving R. Kelly.