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It looks like R. Kelly isn’t quite hiding despite protests in front of his studio, and the opening of new allegations of sexual abuse and kidnapping.
According to a brand new video that surfaced, the singer went to V75 Lounge in Chicago to celebrate his birthday.
The clip shows the singer sing the intro to “Bump and Grind” while people sing along and film him on video.
“Yall motherf***ers need to know that it’s my birthday, and I don’t give a f*** what’s going on tonight,” he said.
The appearance comes as a crowd protested in front of his Chicago studio, and a new investigation opens up based on new allegations made on Surviving R. Kelly.
According to TMZ, he also had a run-in with police after someone called them saying he was there and had a warrant out for his arrest. They encountered R. Kelly, and then decided that he had no arrest warrant and left the club.
See the video below.
Another video of R Kelly in Club V75 in Chicago, people in Chicago should be outside protesting right now, he is disgusting ! #MuteRKelly #SurvivingRKelly pic.twitter.com/vI6BCGKC4p— CM