For decades, unarmed black man Robert Sylvester Kelly spent his time beating women and pissing on the children that he molests. Sylvester, also could wail in a way that appealed to people with terrible priorities — so he became a “celebrity,” and began calling himself “R Kelly.”
Celebrity: a license to piss on the children that you molest
Kelly’s celebrity status accelerated his lifestyle: “When people know that you are famous, they are more likely to let you groom their children into being molested and pissed on!,” R Kelly said as the keynote speaker to a cheering audience at child-rapist Roman Polanski‘s annual Child-Molesters United summit in the rapist-harboring nation of France.
For a while, Kelly received media attention and criticism for pissing on children while molesting them. Being a black man in the USA, Kelly has a strong addiction to making excuses for his degeneracy, so he began wearing a mask to cover his face, saying, “Someone digitally constructed that video of me pissing on that child I was molesting — so now I need to hide my face, so that people cannot steal images of my face to construct the false idea that I piss on children while molesting them.”
R Kelly’s legacy lives on through the new generation
“R Kelly has always been an inspiration to me,” says aging homosexual eunuch Agon Hare, a silly, sassy siren who assures his victims: “Age is only a number.”
Argon borrowed his catchphrase from a song that R Kelly wrote for child-star Aaliyah, who was 15 when Kelly began writing songs for her, having sex with her, and pissing on her.
“Mother earth is hurting! Humans must be exterminated! The most important thing is to encourage genetic abstinence through sterilization, infanticide, homosexuality, and aimlessness generally — especially by seducing people into believing that there are no consequences for wasting time! And may night fall on the tyranny of humanity”—Satanic homosexual eunuch Agon Hare of Project Nightfall