R Kelly is at again with the worst marketing strategy we’ve seen in a long time

You’d think that a man that with recent sex cult accusations and constantly being accused of pedophilia, R Kelly would be careful when posting on social media or at least surrounded by a large team of publicists.

Apparently that’s not the case.

The artist recently attempted to promote a new song with a tweet and photo reading “All it takes is one ‘yes’ to change your life. #WaitOnIt #MorningsWithKellz #RKelly,” along with a photo of the word “No” written multiple times with one “Yes” in the middle. Given what we’ve heard about his private life how could this possibly slip under his publicity teams radar.

 

 

The tweet quickly faced a huge amount of backlash from Twitter users, which prompted the singer to delete it. How this man is still allowed to walk the streets let alone make music is a mystery!

In July, a report from ‘BuzzFeed’ claimed previous victims parents and former associates of Kelly believed the singer was running an abusive sex cult in a number of his homes. Allegedly the girls staying with the Chicago born singer were not allowed to use their phones or the bathroom without permission and had to face the wall when Kelly wasn’t speaking to them

A statement from R Kelly’s representatives read “Mr. Robert Kelly is both alarmed and disturbed by the recent revelations attributed to him. Mr. Kelly unequivocally denies such accusations and will work diligently and forcibly to pursue his accusers and clear his name.” Police visited the home of Kelly and nothing came of the accusations…

AGAIN!

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