R. Kelly, who is under investigation for multiple allegations of sexual misconduct, has announced an official tour in New Zealand.
The bastard Ignition (Remix) singer shared the news on Twitter saying: "New tour alert Australia, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, see you soon!"
? NEW TOUR ALERT ? Australia | New Zealand | Sri Lanka will see everything soon! (I.e. pic.twitter.com/m4PGFeIG4v
– R. Kelly (@rkelly) February 5, 2019
R. Kelly hinted at a tour in December when he nullified a touring announcement by a promoter whom he said was not officially linked.
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"While I love all of my amazing fans in the region of Australia, I'm not involved in this tour, nor am I aware of it," he tweeted.
"Watch my social media … when it's time for my next international tour (which will be soon), you'll hear it directly from me. Stay tuned for more King's … in a VERY near future! "
The tour announced this morning is being presented by the Australian company Flamingo Dreamz, which has toured with names such as Fatman Scoop, Ja Rule and Ashanti.
Long allegations against R. Kelly resurfaced in January, when the documentary series Surviving R. Kelly It was released.
The series features survivors sharing claims about the years of sexual coercion, exploitation and physical abuse they suffered at the hands of the singer.
R. Kelly denied all allegations and said he intends to prosecute all those involved in the documentary, including the alleged victims.
More recently, the singer has been symbolically banned from Philadelphia, where city council members voted unanimously not to receive him in the city.