Another Day, Another Weird Social Media Moment By R. Kelly

MIAMI GARDENS, FL - MARCH 21: R. Kelly performs onstage at the 10th Annual Jazz in The Gardens Celebrating 10 Years of Great Music at Sun Life Stadium on March 21, 2015 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (Photo by Larry Marano/Getty Images for Jazz in the Gardens)

Another Day, Another Weird Social Media Moment By R. Kelly

Someone take away R. Kelly's phone privileges.

Published September 18, 2017

R. Kelly is trying so hard to deflect media attention away from those “sex cult” allegations. But instead, he’s just coming off like a total creep. In his latest attempt, the R&B singer filmed himself singing about how much he really wanted some cookies. And yep, it was an epic fail.

In the short but cringeworthy video clip, Kelly is overheard asking his friends if a local store had some cookies. “They don’t got no cookies in there? S**t. Not none, dog,” he questioned. And when his friends told him the unfortunate news, Kelly proceeded to sing, “I want a cookie,” several times.

While we can never get those precious seconds back, this wasn’t the worst of the Pied Piper’s social media stunts. The singer previously made headlines after he shared a questionable post on Twitter, in which he attempted to promote his new music with a somewhat “rapey” message. “All it takes is one yes to change your life,”  the message read. He quickly deleted the post following social media backlash, but the damage had already been done.

As you may recall, R. Kelly is accused of holding several women against their will. He is also alleged of verbally and physically abusing them. While Kelly has adamantly denied all claims, it’d probably be best if he stayed quiet for the time being.

#PressPlay: Somebody give this man a cookie 😩😂 #RKelly

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Written by Jessica McKinney

(Photo: Larry Marano/Getty Images for Jazz in the Gardens)

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