Won't See Him Sweat! R. Kelly Was Kept Together By This Pressed Powder During His Meltdown Interview With Gayle King

R. Kelly turns himself in at 1st District police headquarters in Chicago on Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. (Chris Sweda/Chicago Tribune/TNS)

Won't See Him Sweat! R. Kelly Was Kept Together By This Pressed Powder During His Meltdown Interview With Gayle King

“Loving the dab-dab of makeup in between temper tantrums.”

Published March 8, 2019

The streets are still talking about the interview with R. Kelly and Gayle “Unbothered” King for the CBS Morning Show.

  1. During the interview, R. Kelly had quite the meltdown, but his makeup artists made sure that his face stayed on point.

    R. Kelly was in the middle of a serious meltdown after things got a little heated as he talked about the accusations of sexual abuse. After rising up and ranting to the camera for at least two minutes, he was calmed down by his publicist. Once he took a seat, his team of makeup artists swooped in to make sure that nothing on his face was out of place.

  2. Even with tears falling from his eyes, the 52-year-old singer seemed to look well, and the people on Twitter had this to say about the makeup beat:
  3. Here are a few ideas of what compact powder we think was being used to keep the singer's face beat:
    Ben Nye Banana Face Powder
    Ben Nye Banana Face Powder
    (Photo: stagemakeuponline.com)
    NYX Professional Makeup Mineral Finishing Powder
    NYX Professional Makeup Mineral Finishing Powder
    (Photo: Walgreens.com)
    BAREMINERALS Mineral Veil Setting Powder $24
    BAREMINERALS Mineral Veil Setting Powder $24
    (Photo: Sephora.com)

    Men wearing makeup is definitely not new when it comes to world of entertainment. From your news reporters to your favorite Hollywood actors, men wear makeup to hide heavy shine on their foreheads, to cover blemished skin and, in some cases, to make the skin look younger and healthier.

    What do you think of the dab-to-dab on R. Kelly?

Written by BET Staff

(Photo: Chris Sweda/Chicago Tribune/TNS via Getty Images)

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