TMZ: R. Kelly's Alleged Girlfriends Looking to Model & Act in Hollywood
With R. Kelly behind bars, his alleged girlfriends have taken steps to carve a positive image for themselves. They’re reportedly poised to pursue modeling and acting in Hollywood.
The latest reports reveal R. Kelly's alleged girlfriends are hoping to penetrate Hollywood.
HOMELESS AFTER KELLY'S ARREST
In the heels of Kelly’s arrest, the two women who’s been sharing his affection, Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary were rumored to have been kicked out of the singer’s home in Trump Tower Chicago as authorities raided it temporarily.
R. Kelly’s Girlfriends Are Clout Chasing For The Bag https://t.co/yaMcNJSxOc— The Academy Music Business (@BenjaminEnfield) July 28, 2019
They were believed to have returned to the home later and now plan to be more visible as Kelly faces trial.
Following Kelly’s July arrest, the two women released a video refuting stories they were evicted from Trump Tower and suggested to people not to believe everything they hear
R. Kelly –– who already faces separate sexual assault charges in state court –– will now be confronting two possible criminal trials following his arrest. https://t.co/nCFOHAOVjU— NPR (@NPR) July 12, 2019
SEEKING THE LIMELIGHT
Still committed to supporting the troubled singer who is accused of federal sex crimes against minors, Savage and Clary are reportedly setting themselves up for a foothold in the limelight.
According to TMZ, the two women are being pitched to publicists as “high profile” clients in their quest to develop a positive image and erase the shadow of negativity brought upon by Kelly’s charges. They intend to pursue modeling, acting and even start their own business according to the publication.
It’s unclear if they’ve both spoken to their families who’ve expressed interest in taking them back.
DEFENDING THEIR CHOSEN LIFE
Savage and Clary held hands in court in February while Kelly’s bond was being set after a previous arrest. They have continuously showed their support for the 52-year-old despite their family’s claims they’d been brainwashed by Kelly through his alleged sex cult which Savage denied back in 2017.
Following Kelly’s July arrest, the two women released a video refuting stories they were evicted from Trump Tower and suggested to people not to believe everything they hear.
Kelly’s lawyer, Steve Greenberg later confirmed the girls were temporarily asked to leave the property but returned shortly after authorities were done with it.
RESISTING FAMILY SUPPORT
It’s unclear if they’ve both spoken to their families who’ve expressed interest in taking them back. Clary’s father, Angelo Clary told Daily Mail TV that when his daughter is done with all this, he will be around to support her.
Meanwhile, Savage’s parents who fear the girls would commit suicide if Kelly never returns, are ready to let go of the past and accept their daughter back. They’ve even arranged for counselors to step in once Savage returns to them.
Whether or not Savage and Clary are open to communicating with their family now is not known. What we know for now is that Kelly is due to appear in a Brooklyn court next week and they intend to be there.