The 52-year-old musician has been accused of sexual assault and abuse against several women and teenagers.
On top of that, a recent docu-series “Surviving R. Kelly” by Lifetime detailed how the victims went through pain and trauma in the hands of the “I Believe I Can Fly” hitmaker.
But a new report says he is allegedly planning to flee the United States and come to the African continent.
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Investigators reportedly received a tip from an anonymous individual, revealing the singer's intentions to flee, according to Angela Martinez during The Breakfast Club on Thursday.
While nothing can be confirmed at this point, it is not far-fetched to consider that R. Kelly may, in fact, flee to Africa, and more specifically, South Africa, as he has established some ties in the country following his performance during the 2010 FIFA World Cup and two other appearances thereafter.
Charlemagne tha God, during the same episode of The Breakfast Club, said: "You think you can just pull up in Johannesburg and Nigeria and be welcomed with open arms? They got the internet too, and they know what's going on. His brothers in Africa will whoop his ass."
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