Mute R Kelly

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30 years! Nice. Prison wardens waiting for Kelly to arrive:

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You love to see it!

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Yeah it's amazing, like he walked in to the studio one day, hit record and had a breakdown :D I first heard of it on the JRE podcast ep. with Whitney Cummings.

There's a longer (~4 min) version as well, I thought the one I posted just cut out the talking at the start but watched it again just now and the one I posted cut more than I thought.
 
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I quite liked "She's Got That Vibe" and "Thank God It's Friday" by R Kelly, but didn't care much about his mega-hit "I Believe I Can Fly". I'll still listen to him and his music is still on Spotify. He's committed the crimes so he'll need to serve time inside.

To be frank though, some of the Tories have been done for crimes and yet we keep voting them in :p

I still listen to Michael Jackson as well.
 
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Question, these famous rich people who get into the slammer, when they get out, what happens to their wealth? Obviously their earned money is still theirs right, does that mean they have a fat bank balance because it's just been sitting there gaining interest?

Seems a bit of a rip if you ask me, they do time, then exit richer than they entered for their crimes :/
What has money even got to do with it?
 
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That isn't what my question asked. You have read it that way, that isn't really my problem.
Fair enough, maybe I was reading too much between the lines.

I would imagine it's just as you say, they incur interest on their wealth as any of us would
 
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