In a new GQ interview that is not least remarkable for the way it’s written, R. Kelly agreed to speak with author Chris Heath about everything, “without restrictions”—the sexual abuse, the statutory rape trial, his alleged marriage to Aaliyah. They address it all, but only to the extent that R. Kelly is willing to…
On Monday, R. Kelly appeared on HuffPost Live to promote his new album The Buffet. Over the course of the interview, host Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani took questions from commenters, in addition to posing her own questions about the disappointing success of the record.
New York magazine published a profile on R. Kelly this week that poses the old question: “Is It Okay to Listen to R. Kelly?” In the story, the R&B legend who was acquitted of child pornography charges addresses his alleged “sexual attraction to underage girls.” Obviously, he says, he’s “moved on.”
Weekly-ish, a pre-approved, snap-judged music guide based on our very scientific, non-subjective Yes/No rating system. There’s really no debating this, come on stop.
In Tyga’s new video for a song called “Stimulated”—no innuendo there—the petite rapper canoodles with his barely legal girlfriend Kylie Jenner over ad-libs like “She a big girl dog… I’m penetrating.” Help.
Weekly-ish, a pre-approved, snap-judged music guide based on our very scientific, non-subjective Yes/No rating system. There's really no debating this, come on, stop.
John Galliano has been appointed the new head of Maison Martin Margiela, an announcement made Tuesday that the fashion press ate up like petits fours from the tips their delicate and painstakingly manicured fingers. Even Kanye West tweeted. Margiela, one of the most revered Paris fashion houses, has been without its…
Earlier this month, R. Kelly's 14-year-old child Jaya came out as a transgender boy and changed his name to Jay. The singer had been silent on the news until this morning when he was asked about it during a live radio interview. He didn't exactly come across as supportive.
As reported early Thursday, the Terry Richardson-directed video for Lady Gaga and R. Kelly's song "Do What You Want" was filmed and not released, presumably because of its idiotically tone-deaf content inspired by an idiotically tone-deaf song. Now TMZ has released segments of the video.
A source has come forward to Page Six bearing the horrible, horrible details of Lady Gaga's scrapped "Do What U Want" video, which features alleged child rapist R. Kelly and was shot by alleged sexual predator Terry Richardson. How did this video even come into being?
R. Kelly may have done something out of the ordinary — for him, anyway. A 2010 lawsuit filed against the singer has surfaced detailing that his 36-year-old housekeeper at the time accused him of sexual harassment. The housekeeper's age puts her out of his usual predatory range of alleged teen victims, but so what? A…
R.Kelly refuses to go away, despite the not-so-quiet backlash that bubbled up late last year after his puzzling mainstream press blitz for his Black Panties album.
Despite the actor's tragic, untimely death in a car accident earlier this month, the scenes Paul Walker already filmed for the still-in-production Fast & Furious 7 will be included in the movie. Speculation suggests that producers will finish Walker's storyline using CGI, or possibly his "lookalike brother" Cody.
In today's Tweet Beat, Lena Dunham discusses some hot-button issues, Adrianne Curry makes our day and Matt McGorry got even sexier.
It's 2003 and I am sitting in the passenger seat of my friend Robyn's Crown Vic as we cruise around the outskirts of Madison, Wisconsin. R. Kelly's "Ignition (Remix)" comes on the radio and the car's passengers — all of us female, middle class and white — erupt in cheers. Even though it's still cold outside, we roll…
In today's Tweet Beat, Rachelle Lafevre is not a fan of Lady Gaga and R. Kelly's collaboration, Alison Brie tweets a very cute Vine and Kanye West wants to clear up some rumors.
Everyone's favorite masterful weaver of stories, Robert Sylvester Kelly, has blessed us with an 18-track opus, winding his musical threads on his freaky sex loom, and you can stream it in it's spectacular entirety over at Vibe.
In today's Tweet Beat, Katherine "Katie" Heigl apologizes for her long Twitter silence, R. Kelly apologizes for some unknown fake beef and Dulé Hill and Richard Schiff go head to head over which of them is the hottest (clearly Bradley Whitford would win this contest you fools).
Give Jesse that toot toot and give Walt that beep beep.