R. KELLY: Speaks Out


He's "disappointed" with the verdict and vows to "continue to prove my innocence and fight for freedom."

TeeRoy's 2 Cents:

At least one Illinois politician -- congressman Danny Davis -- believes that Kelly deserves a “second chance.”

I mean, what did you expect him to say? "Okay, you got me, the jig is up?" This isn't the end of a Scooby-Doo cartoon.

We're going to guess he had a ghostwriter for that tweet -- for a couple of reasons.

He tweeted on Monday night, echoing a statement his attorney made outside the courthouse. He wrote, “To all my fans and supporters I love you all and thank you for all the support. Today’s verdict was disappointing and I will continue to prove my innocence and fight for my freedom. #notguilty.”

Some of the singer’s supporters gathered outside across from the courthouse in protest of the verdict.


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