— R. Kelly (@rkelly) February 20, 2018
Everyone including celebrities raved about seeing “Black Panther” last weekend. When the Atlanta airport jokingly offered nonstop flights to the Kingdom of Wakanda, fans celebrated the news and wanted to book the destination.
Singer R. Kelly wanted to join in on the fun and tweeted “Hell, I’m on my way too! Amazing film!
This didn’t sit well with fans. The Grammy winner has been under fire for allegedly keeping women-against their will-in a sex cult. The “Ignition” singer has denied these claims and his lawyer Linda Mensch said her client was “alarmed and disturbed by the recent revelations attributed to him.” One of the women that lived with him dispelled the rumors and told TMZ she was not being held captive and she was “totally fine.” But Black Twitter wouldn’t let R. Kelly take his trip to Wakanda.
— Wakanda’s TOP Travel Agent (@kinkyhautecurl) February 22, 2018
Oh snap, now we know who they are all running to get. pic.twitter.com/HqN58xMl6W
— ᴀʜᴍᴀᴅ ᴄʜɪʟᴅʀᴇꜱꜱ #WakandaForever (@AhmadChildress) February 22, 2018
Is that cus your Atlanta homes were evicted?
— blu-ray sex online (@WebsiteAbuser) February 20, 2018
— M'Baku to you (@Avery__T) February 22, 2018