50 Cent Trolled R Kelly By Posting Coronavirus Meme About Him On Instagram
50 Cent is quite famous for his hilarious meme game. He has previously trolled several rival rappers and music artists with side-splitting memes that have gone viral.
Recently, Cent took to Instagram to troll rapper R Kelly with a Coronavirus meme. That hinted at Kelly’s child abuse cases.
The meme featured an image of R Kelly with the meme saying Kelly has been tested positive with “SHE WASNT-19”. Hinting at Kelly’s child abuse cases for which he has been convicted and imprisoned. The meme has already gone viral with innumerable reshares by 50 Cent fans.
R Kelly’s Child Abuse History: Here’s All You Need To Know
The American R&B singer has been accused of sexual misconduct against teenage girls since the 1990s. He is now facing multiple charges by the federal and state courts in the US and has been convicted.
The accusations against him include abuse of a minor, sexual assault. Child pornography, racketeering, and obstruction of justice. The 52-year-old musician and persistently denied all such claims.
Kelly himself has been a victim of child abuse and revealed in his biography how he was raped. At the age of eight years, by a family member.
In 1994, R Kelly, then 28 years old, married a 15-year-old singer Aaliyah, in a secret ceremony in Chicago. Aaliyah had lied about her age on the marriage certificate and listed herself as 18 years old. Later on, it was found out that she was merely 15, and they got divorced.
20 years ago, Vibe prints marriage certificate of Aaliyah & R. Kelly, states she is 18 yrs old. She was 15. He was 28 pic.twitter.com/AbIBbknfIS
— Steven James (@TheLaunchMag) January 2, 2015
Aaliyah later died in a plane crash in 2001.
Next, Tiffany Hawkins sued Kelly for “personal injuries and emotional distress” during her three-year relationship with the star.
Kelly was charged ten aggravated sexual abuse cases and was arrested in Chicago in late February. Added to that, he was again convicted for 11 aggravated child assault cases in May. He is currently in prison and awaits his sentencing.