R. Kelly's Birthday Party Gets Visit From Police

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R. Kelly could also be in a world of controversy and have potential fees on the horizon, however that didn't cease him from hitting the membership to rejoice his birthday this week.

On Wednesday night time (Jan. 9), Kelly hit membership V75 in Chicago in celebration of turning 52 the day earlier than. Despite all the allegations surrounding him following the airing of Surviving R. Kelly, the membership was filled with individuals who seemed fairly excited to see him, and the singer was catering to the group as he sang the opening to "Bump N' Grind." He additionally boldly declared, "I don't give a fuck about what's occurring!"

Fans weren't the one individuals who got here to the membership to see the Pied Piper, nevertheless – as cops confirmed up on the lookout for him as nicely. The police dispatcher put a name out to Chicago PD models telling them the place to find Kelly and noting there was a warrant out for his arrest, in keeping with a report revealed by TMZ on Thursday (Jan. 10). Upon making contact with him, they discovered there wasn't a warrant in spite of everything, and allowed him to hold on.

There is not any phrase whether or not the unique name was a prank, or if somebody did certainly consider there was an actual warrant out for the singer's arrest.

While Kelly could have escaped this explicit incident unscathed, he has a ton of different issues to cope with. Most lately, the veteran R&B singer reportedly didn’t make the lease funds on his notorious Chicago studio, and he's presently being evicted from the property.

Check out R. Kelly within the membership beneath.