The Internet Is Rejoicing After This Rapper Went Full Savage On R. Kelly

ATLANTA, GA - DECEMBER 27:  R. Kelly Performs during the Holiday Jam at Fox Theater on December 27, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Prince Williams/WireImage)

The Internet Is Rejoicing After This Rapper Went Full Savage On R. Kelly

“Piece of f**king sh** R. Kelly didn’t go to jail for being a child molester…”

Published April 16, 2018

Compton Cutthroat Boy Vince Staples gave pure meaning to his rap collective’s moniker during an interview with Complex’s Nadeska Alexis on the first weekend of Coachella.

Following his October 2017 controversy amid harsh, but honest, sentiments on Eminem, the Big Fish Theory emcee shared even harsher words on R&B singer R. Kelly amid his latest reported sexual deviancy. It’s worth mentioning that Vince is currently on probation, and mentioned that he plans to go crazy in a new Tesla the moment he gets off of his papers. And he should be OK to do so—after all, he suggests, the Chocolate Factory singer is a free man after his shameful legal legacy.

“R. Kelly never went to jail and he’s a f**king child molestor,” Vince said as Nadeska attempted to silence him before he got a chance to get any blunter. Her attempts didn’t work, and rubbed some people the wrong way after asking him not to ever talk about R. Kelly and mentioning that he’d get her fired from her first Coachella gig. Nonetheless, Vince continued.

“But, I’m saying, he’s a child molester, and he pees on people and he can’t read, and he didn’t go to jail,” he voiced above Nadeska’s repetitive no’s. “I’m a good person. R. Kelly a piece of f**king sh**. So, piece of f**king shit R. Kelly didn’t go to jail for being a child molestor, and peeing on people and having a human trafficking ring in Atlanta, then I’ll be alright.”

His sentiments follow closely behind that of another brash voice of reason, Vic Mensa, who recently called out some of Kelly’s fouls as well.

The internet has pretty much waited for this moment from hip-hop for a long time, and now that they’ve got another emcee stepping up to address the 51-year-old, they’re stepping in the name of Vince Staples love.

See his unfiltered opinion and how the internet is celebrating it all below.

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photo: Prince Williams/WireImage)


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