I am not a person who can't admit when she was wrong. TravelDiva was right. In my May 13 post, "Finally!!!", she predicted his acquittal. I don't have any feelings on the verdict one way or the other. I just hope he won't take a page from Michael Jackson's book and put himself in compromising positions with underage girls. The next time he hooks up with a chick, he'd better ask for two forms of ID and a notarized letter signed by her mama 'nem that states she is who she says she is.
Now that he's been acquitted, Kells is free to go back to making the Soundtrack to Fornication. Don't try to act like you ain't ever, uh, you know, while listening to some R. Kelly. I wonder how many 8th, 9th and 10th graders exist now because of "12 Play." Or, how many 7, 8 and 9-year-olds are here as a result of "Get Up On A Room," "Half on a Baby" and/or "Etcetera."
Kinda makes you think, right? I think it's probably the same amount of us (people 27 and younger) who were conceived while our parents listened to some Luther Vandross or Marvin Gaye.
Either way, I would like to congratulate/wish him luck/pat him on the back/pray for him. What is it you say or do when someone dodges a 15-year prison sentence in a federal prison? Everybody I've ever known who faces charges that serious actually have to go.
Then again, they couldn't afford a team of four lawyers either.