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Woman Says R. Kelly Serenaded Her On A Prison Call In This Viral Video

 

A TikTok user recently shared a video of R. Kelly seemingly singing to her during a prison call, XXL reported. The disgraced musician is currently being held in a Brooklyn prison as he awaits his sentencing for racketeering and sex trafficking charges.

The woman R. Kelly serenaded in the jail call claimed her father was in the same prison facility as the R&B singer. In the video that has since gone viral, the woman, who goes by the username @jizzlezoldykk, is heard asking if R. Kelly can sing for her.

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“I wanted to ask you something,” she tells the musician. “Can you sing a song for me?”

Kelly responds by asking her which song she has in mind. “The love letter,” the woman replies. The musician then goes ahead to sing a snippet of his 2010 song to the visibly excited woman.

In a different post on her Instagram story, the woman denied rumors that Kelly was offered money or a prison commissary to sing to her, XXL reported. “r kelly didn’t do anything for commissary! i just simple asked him to sing and he said yes,” she wrote.

Last September, R. Kelly was convicted on all counts in his New York sex-trafficking trial. A jury convicted the 55-year-old singer on all nine counts of sex trafficking and racketeering after less than two days of deliberations.

Kelly had been accused of grooming and sexually abusing women and underage girls. The charges include one count of racketeering and eight counts of illegally transporting people across state lines for the purpose of sex. Nine women and two men appeared in court to testify against the singer, claiming that he sexually abused them.

The singer, who faces 10 years and life behind bars, is scheduled to be sentenced on May 4.

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