Chuck D caught warmth on Twitter after he posted a tweet his followers took as R. Kelly help.
“Abused in his youth… an addict as a grownup… Ike Turner served 18 months in jail.. Rick James did related time. Ike got here out a modified constructive human being. How lengthy ought to R Kelly spend in jail -and does a USA system give a person an opportunity for a person to vary his world round?” he tweeted.
Twitter went off on Chuck D, accusing him of supporting an abuser. The Public Enemy took to Twitter to clarify that he is not an R. Kelly supporter.
“JUST TO BE CLEAR, I am not the R Kelly fan right here. 75 million offered someplace & I ain’t obtained 1 of his songs,” he wrote. “And his actions have been prison my apologies if the wings of notion loomed past than the phrases on this slaveApp …” he wrote earlier than including that he’s launching his personal social media platform.