After R. Kelly was accused of holding women against their will in a sex cult last month,
it looked like another crushing blow to the legendary R&B singer’s career. In wake of the controversial news,
four of Kelly’s concerts were reportedly canceled due to poor ticket sales, which he vehemently denied.
Now that the proverbial dust has settled around the allegations and people have largely resumed focus
on other matters, the Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard has announced his office is not currently
investigating Kelly, according to Atlanta’s FOX 5.
Fulton County commission chairman John Eaves, who is currently running for mayor of Atlanta,
called a press conference on Friday (August 11) to demand an investigation into the situation.
He alleged the investigators who were working the case had found new information that raised some concerns.