Followers of the case surrounding R. Kelly, who’s currently sitting in jail while he awaits his sexual assault trial, know that Azriel Clary and Joycelyn Savage, two of his former girlfriends, haven’t always gotten along.
Hot New Hip Hop says the pair of women got into a fight in January of this year. According to multiple reports, Clary was searching through the home she shared with Savage for some of her items, with intentions of moving them out of the house and into her new place.
As they moved some of their belongings off the property, Joycelyn left and came back and discovered there were men in the home. Savage thought Clary bringing men into the house was very disrespectful.
Initially, it was just a verbal exchange, however, it later turned into a full-blown physical fight. The police arrested Joycelyn at the scene. Charges were eventually laid against Savage, however, The Chicago Sun-Times says they were dropped this week.
The outlet confirmed that the domestic battery charges against Joycelyn Savage have been eliminated. As for the reason why, the authorities claim Azriel didn’t want to cooperate in the case, so they chose to forget about them altogether.
The prosecutors then came to the conclusion that they didn’t have enough evidence to move forward with the investigation. R. Kelly, on the other hand, is gearing up to go on trial in September of this year. He’s currently staying in the Metropolitan Correctional Center.
In the past, Azriel has claimed she loves Savage, but she doesn’t want her to remain dedicated to Kelly. As most know, the accusations against the R&B singer have since made him persona non grata in the music industry.
However, he has held on to a fanbase, including Boosie Badazz, who came out to say that R. Kelly had more hits than anyone. The rapper said he didn’t care who R. Kelly slept with. Nobody can take his accomplishments away from him.
According to the rapper, R. Kelly had more hits than people like Prince and Michael Jackson, however, as many on social media noted, this isn’t the case.