R. Kelly’s former cellmate drew a detailed comic strip show he and Kelly doing yoga together.
According to Daily Mail, R. Kelly’s former cellmate Brendan Hunt, 37, created a comic book showing a few interactions between the two, including discussing his music.
Interestingly enough, Hunt faced a 10 year prison sentence for threatening to kill Democratic Congress members following the January 6 riots.
The comic starts with the two discussing their taste in music. ‘I’m the greatest R&B star in human history! How can you not know of R. Kelly?’ the singer asks in the comic. Per the report, Hunt says he never heard of Kelly’s music, including popular songs such as ‘Ignition’ and ‘I Believe I Can Fly.’
‘I’m the greatest R&B star in human history! Millions of babies have been conceived to my records!,’ Kelly adds.
Hunt and Kelly then begin to do yoga as “I believe I can fly” plays in the background. ‘I feel very vulnerable right now,’ Kelly as the two shift into downward dog position.
A few days after they began working out, they both gain muscles and a friendship is formed.’This is gonna be awesome, R. ‘Celly!’ using the new nickname Hunt gave Kelly.