R. Kelly’s World Tour Hasn’t Been Canceled Yet As Promoters Wait On Court Case

Earlier this month, simply weeks earlier than he was arrested and charged with 10 counts of felony sexual abuse, R. Kelly introduced on social media that he could be embarking on a world tour that included stops in Australia, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Germany, and the Netherlands. Concerts Stuttgart, the promotion firm behind Kelly's exhibits in Germany, is claimed to be pushing ahead with their plans to host the singer, even within the midst of Kelly's authorized troubles. The firm despatched an e mail replace to followers who've bought tickets to Kelly's upcoming April present letting them know that whereas they at present are holding off on promoting extra tickets, they don't seem to be going to cancel the present...but.

TMZ reported on a snippet of Concert Stuggart's email, sharing in a tough English translation, as saying, "At the second, and we additionally should admit that, the possibilities of the tour are moderately unhealthy, but we want to anticipate the end result of the (case). It can be appropriate that Robert needed to (give up) his passport for now."

In truth, not one of the different promoters have refunded tickets or canceled any of their exhibits both. This afternoon, FOX4 News in Texas tweeted that Kelly has posted his $1,000,000 bail and is scheduled to be launched in the present day. This information comes on the tail of Steve Greenberg, Kelly's legal professional, stating that his shopper did not have the $100,000, or 10% of the bail, instantly available. Greenberg blamed a "mismanagement" of funds and "unhealthy offers" as to why Kelly could not initially come up with the cash. Female followers have been allegedly calling the court clerk's office inquiring as to how they might submit bail for the singer.

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