Stephen Colbert talked “about that sexual predator in the entertainment industry” name Robert Kelly (R. Kelly) who had a disastrous interview with Gayle King.
Colbert told the LSSC
audience, “Of course, everybody out there is talking about the big TV broadcast about that sexual predatory in the entertainment industry. And unfortunately, I have to narrow that down.”
Prior to his interview with King, Kelly was arrested and charged with several counts of sex with minor children, sexual harassment, and sexual assault.
The R&B singer has a history spanning over 20 years of him liking young girls just a little too much.
Everybody knows about the singer and his brief marriage to the late singer, Aaliyah, when she was just 15-years old. Kelly and his handlers managed to keep that one “trapped in the closet” for over 20 some years.
But due to the fact that a lot of the now women who Kelly allegedly raped are feed up, the Aaliyah story and other stories about Kelly’s alleged sexual predatory behavior are all coming out of that closet.
After King asked Kelly about his alleged sexual predatory ways, Kelly got huff, leaned forward and told King he isn’t guilty because “beat” the charges back in 2008.
Welp, Kelly won’t be able to just beat the charges in 2019 because things are much, much different this time around.
Unlike the 2008 case when there was only one victim, a grainy video, and time working in Kelly’s favor, there are more victims and a clearer sex tape showing that Kelly really believes “age ain’t nothing but a number” whenever he is bumping ‘n’ grinding, allegedly.
There will also be a speedy trial to what Colbert calls a “remix to conviction.”
Yes folks, Kelly will more than likely go to prison. The interview with Gayle King did nothing but add more validity to Kelly’s accusers claims that he has a temper that causes him to speak loudly and act violently.
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Colbert summed up R. Kelly's disastrous interview with King this way, “This was a chance for Kelly to try to reassure the world that he is normal but instead he went with not that."