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R. Kelly's Case Has Done His Career Little Harm, Say Fergie, Lupe Fiasco, Chris Brown

This is a discussion on R. Kelly's Case Has Done His Career Little Harm, Say Fergie, Lupe Fiasco, Chris Brown within the R. Kelly News & Announcements forums, part of the R. Kelly Discussion category; i really gotta give it up for Ja. ^ ^ back in the pre-CF release dates when no one would ...

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    i really gotta give it up for Ja. ^ ^

    back in the pre-CF release dates when no one would touch Kellz w/ a 10FT pole Ja was on a track and it was a great cut (been around the world). thanks to that, Ja had the hit "Wonderful" which was his last major cross over hit that kellz killed it on as well.

    Isley has nothing to prove so his endorsement while great didnt matter as much as a Ja Rule type because Isley was more of a father figure type than his peer.

    Fat Joe has always respected kellz and you gotta give it up.

    Funny how after CF dropped all these artists were re-mixing Ignition and people like jennifer lopez, marques houston, b2k, twista, britney, camron, busta, etc etc were looking for tracks and to be associated with kellz. when a few months back they were afraid to piss on him if he was on fire for fear of being associated w/ him...

    big ups to Ja, Ron, Fat joe, MJ and maybe 2-3 others i may have missed for sticking with through thick and thin.
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    Thanks for a good article. I do agree music needs and will countiue to need Kellz more than ever. R & B needs a consistent leader ( A visionary) and he is the man case or no case. I will be praying and rooting for him all in one. Keep your head up Kellz if your reading becasue God got your back on this earth and after this life. Peace.

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    this guy from this site is an ASSHOLE. i read stuff from R. that he writes a lot, some of it I dont even post because its all BULLSHIT. but, here is a taste of this hater bullshit just because R. got a positive article!


    http://allhiphop.com/blogs/djsproduc.../18637830.aspx
    Things To Take Away From MTV's Most Recent R. Kelly Article

    MTV had to know what it was getting into when it asked a collection of pop, hip-hop, and R&B stars to comment on why they're all still so hot to bask in R. Kelly's inhuman glow with his coming-for-a-half-decade-and-counting trial (possibly) looming. It is a question that has been wrestled with in many thinkpieces about R. over the last five years--as well as personally by yours truly and anyone who remains a fan of America's nuttiest sex criminal well after the charges first cropped up--and the salient points of many of those essays (Kelly's pop golden touch keeping him out of a prison jumpsuit, the perennial sexifying of America's barely legal daughters, what is child porn any damn way?) are all recapped here. But unlike many of those other essays, you know you're going to get good, crazy quotes from celebs whose finances force them into a position of moral ambiguity. (As writer Jennifer Vineyard points out, "Some artists even jump on the Kelly bandwagon because they don't want to seem judgmental or risk losing the chance of losing out on a hit single before a verdict is rendered.") And there were some insights to be gleaned, the biggest of which being that most of the current Billboard Hot 100 thinks child pornography is, like, not really that much of a big deal:



    "The way the world works is quick, quick, quick," Lupe Fiasco said. "We consumed the scandal, and we're over it. It phased out."
    Which apparently means that outrage now has an expiration date.
    "He feels he didn't do anything wrong, so why should it be any other way?" Swizz Beatz said. "If he did something wrong, then you go into hiding. He's just making good music."
    To be remembered the next time you commit a crime, either minor or major: If you believe you are in the right, then feel free to violate longstanding societal taboos/petty misdemeanors with impunity.
    "People are just like, 'Eh,' " Billboard senior chart manager Raphael George said. "He seems no different than any other celebrity who's gotten caught up in some kind of scandal."
    So Vanessa Hudgens is as bad as a child pornographer.
    "You have to look at it with a microscope and ask, 'Was this a crime?' " Mya said.
    Oh, who's to say? Except for, you know, the Cook County penal code.
    And finally there's Lloyd, with a quasi-nihilistic statement about you, me, and this crazy place called America that perhaps he didn't really intend as such:
    "As long as the music's strong, that's all that matters," Lloyd said. "That's all that people care about anyway."
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    Thats was a good article

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ2Chi1Kelly View Post
    this guy from this site is an ASSHOLE. i read stuff from R. that he writes a lot, some of it I dont even post because its all BULLSHIT. but, here is a taste of this hater bullshit just because R. got a positive article!


    http://allhiphop.com/blogs/djsproduc.../18637830.aspx
    Things To Take Away From MTV's Most Recent R. Kelly Article

    MTV had to know what it was getting into when it asked a collection of pop, hip-hop, and R&B stars to comment on why they're all still so hot to bask in R. Kelly's inhuman glow with his coming-for-a-half-decade-and-counting trial (possibly) looming. It is a question that has been wrestled with in many thinkpieces about R. over the last five years--as well as personally by yours truly and anyone who remains a fan of America's nuttiest sex criminal well after the charges first cropped up--and the salient points of many of those essays (Kelly's pop golden touch keeping him out of a prison jumpsuit, the perennial sexifying of America's barely legal daughters, what is child porn any damn way?) are all recapped here. But unlike many of those other essays, you know you're going to get good, crazy quotes from celebs whose finances force them into a position of moral ambiguity. (As writer Jennifer Vineyard points out, "Some artists even jump on the Kelly bandwagon because they don't want to seem judgmental or risk losing the chance of losing out on a hit single before a verdict is rendered.") And there were some insights to be gleaned, the biggest of which being that most of the current Billboard Hot 100 thinks child pornography is, like, not really that much of a big deal:



    "The way the world works is quick, quick, quick," Lupe Fiasco said. "We consumed the scandal, and we're over it. It phased out."
    Which apparently means that outrage now has an expiration date.
    "He feels he didn't do anything wrong, so why should it be any other way?" Swizz Beatz said. "If he did something wrong, then you go into hiding. He's just making good music."
    To be remembered the next time you commit a crime, either minor or major: If you believe you are in the right, then feel free to violate longstanding societal taboos/petty misdemeanors with impunity.
    "People are just like, 'Eh,' " Billboard senior chart manager Raphael George said. "He seems no different than any other celebrity who's gotten caught up in some kind of scandal."
    So Vanessa Hudgens is as bad as a child pornographer.
    "You have to look at it with a microscope and ask, 'Was this a crime?' " Mya said.
    Oh, who's to say? Except for, you know, the Cook County penal code.


    And finally there's Lloyd, with a quasi-nihilistic statement about you, me, and this crazy place called America that perhaps he didn't really intend as such:
    "As long as the music's strong, that's all that matters," Lloyd said. "That's all that people care about anyway."
    That was unnecessary and a waste of time. Any time something positive is said about Kellz, someone has to go behind it and find something negative. In this case he dissected everyone's comments and tried to make it seem like they don't know what they're talking about...nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ2Chi1Kelly View Post
    i really gotta give it up for Ja. ^ ^

    back in the pre-CF release dates when no one would touch Kellz w/ a 10FT pole Ja was on a track and it was a great cut (been around the world). thanks to that, Ja had the hit "Wonderful" which was his last major cross over hit that kellz killed it on as well.

    Isley has nothing to prove so his endorsement while great didnt matter as much as a Ja Rule type because Isley was more of a father figure type than his peer.

    Fat Joe has always respected kellz and you gotta give it up.

    Funny how after CF dropped all these artists were re-mixing Ignition and people like jennifer lopez, marques houston, b2k, twista, britney, camron, busta, etc etc were looking for tracks and to be associated with kellz. when a few months back they were afraid to piss on him if he was on fire for fear of being associated w/ him...

    big ups to Ja, Ron, Fat joe, MJ and maybe 2-3 others i may have missed for sticking with through thick and thin.
    Ronald Isley carrys weight dude and I ain't gonna get into it,but Ron carried alot of weight on matters. He has a helluva lot to Prove because you are talking about a Artist who has had hits from the 50's through now.

    Ja Rule was a hot at the moment artist. but has faded but it was cool to hear his support,but again very few acts are true when they have that forum to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kellzfan View Post
    That was unnecessary and a waste of time. Any time something positive is said about Kellz, someone has to go behind it and find something negative. In this case he dissected everyone's comments and tried to make it seem like they don't know what they're talking about...nice.
    True dat. They acting if their life is so f**kin' perfect! Saying shenanigan-ass comments to make somebody else look bad, and to make them look good. You will have celebrities hatin' on other celebrities, too, and they are just jealous as any ordinary hater! Mya, ZIP YOUR LIPS, heifer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mistermaxxx View Post
    Ronald Isley carrys weight dude and I ain't gonna get into it,but Ron carried alot of weight on matters. He has a helluva lot to Prove because you are talking about a Artist who has had hits from the 50's through now.
    oh yeah. dont get me wrong. ron isley is a big heavyweight.

    but...it was important to see (or TRY and get) artists that were his PEERS to come out and support.
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