Plus: New music from Beck and the Faint.
Plus: R. Kelly accused of intimidating witness, recording gospel album.
It's a summery ode to Kellz's inexhaustible virility (as usual), enhanced by an Auto-Tune for which T-Pain is, happily, in no way responsible.
A Chicago jury has found R. Kelly not guilty on fourteen counts of child pornography.
A sequestered juror had a hamburger-related outburst in a restaurant last night.
Come on, man — R. Kelly has a lot on his mind today!
It was revealed that a DVD of the infamous sex tape given to Kelly's lawyers by the prosecution two weeks ago was not an exact copy.
To commemorate the near-end of his child-pornography trial, Kelly released a new single. We can't believe it either.
Given that the prosecution's had six years to build their case, couldn't they have found a better star witness?
Two mysterious men from Kansas City are expected to give an explosive press conference tomorrow that will purportedly be "big news" and "reveal all."
Chicago 'Sun-Times' music critic Jim DeRogatis — who passed Kelly's alleged sex tape to police in 2002 — is a no-show in court today, despite an order from the judge to arrive at 10 a.m.
Yesterday, jurors were subjected to the testimony of forensic-video analyst Grant Fredericks when they probably really just wanted to hear about threesomes.
The trial of the century was adjourned early yesterday — because of a surprise witness! Who is it? We speculate!
Fireworks are expected in the courtroom at R. Kelly's child-pornography trial today … Hey, have you heard the new R. Kelly single?
A witness is set to testify that R. Kelly paid her off to return a sex tape.
Plus: Richard Dreyfuss cast as Cheney, and Yoko Ono claims courtroom victory!
Plus: Another hater picked for R. Kelly's jury, and the L.A. 'Times' hates on 'Bright Shiny Morning.'
"Oh, I've heard he's the Pied Piper. He's a musical genius," said one potential juror.
When did he find time to make a record? We have no idea!