FROM VLAD TV:
In an attempt to interact with his many Twitter followers by engaging in an interesting Q&A session with them, R. Kelly's #AskRKelly idea quickly turned against him as fans took the hashtag to a whole other level of grimy. Many decided to take aim at his past sexual case in which he slept with a minor, and poke fun at him in various ways by asking pedophile-related questions. One user, @abroshar, asked, "Is it true that you won't hit on a girl unless her princess sneakers light up?"
That's just one example of the slander R. Kelly was hit with by fans in his #AskRKelly Twitter Q&A. Others roasted him for his more recent style choices in which people feel as though he waited far too long to try and dress like the younger generation.
Check out the slander spurred on by #AskRKelly above.
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Violence in Chicago and the rest of the nation's inner cities has existed long before Chief Keef and may continue long after he's gone. Many residents have renamed the Windy City "Chiraq" for its high rate of violence. Chicago, according to statistics, has a higher homicide rate than Kabul, Afghanistan. There were 506 murder victims in the Windy City last year. There are currently 373 murders recorded in the city thus far in 2013, according to DNAinfo.com.
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Famed producer The Dream opens up about what it was like working with Kim Kardashian on "Jam (Turn it Up)," and reveals that she can out-sing a lot of artists today. He also gives a little insight on the "magic" he can do for artists that have trouble singing in the studio.