R. Kelly Lands in South Africa: The World Cup Can Now Begin

You know there once was a time when airport mob scenes were reserved for religious leaders, foreign dignitaries and global soccer icons. But so much has changed in the world. Now all you have to do is get off on a kiddie-fiddling charge despite video evidence, create the 22-episode Jerry Springer best-of that is Trapped in the Closet and set a drunken, 3 a.m. argument with your lady to a faux-Isley Brothers track to be greeted like the King of Zamunda. The bar has been officially lowered, people.


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R. Kelly is one of my favorite R&B singer and it is great that he has the opportunity to open the world cup.