What bloggers are saying about the R. Kelly trial: weekend edition

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With court shut down for the weekend, there might not be much new to say about the Kelly trial.

But that won't stop bloggers from trying.

Don at charactercorner is upset at Beyonce's mom, and he thinks whatever the jury decides, it's the victim's fault.

Kelly's number one fan thinks "No man with such a beautiful heart could have sex with a child and then pee on her. Or, if he did, I’m sure it was an accident."

The dean of serene says anyone who doubts Kelly "was never a true fan."

But Jasmyne Cannick is unimpressed with two of Kelly's biggest fans, Angieniki Ford and Jerhonda Johnson, who have been at court to support Kelly every day. Cannick says it's the "first time I have ever been excited to see a majority white jury for a Black defendant," but the click poll on her website suggests most of her readers think Kelly will walk, even though they overwhelmingly believe he's guilty.

Regardless, "I Believe I Can Fly" remains a favorite with many youtubers. This earnest, handsome young fellow knows how to make love to the camera with his eyes, but this lady in shades probably shouldn't give up the day job just yet. You'd never catch The Chipmunks in a court of law, but if Kelly is convicted, Sung Si Kyung would probably make a better stand in for the pied piper of R&B.

Finally, the Beachwood Reporter has dubbed the judge in the case "Guantanamo Gaughan." They might not be so brave if they had to sit in his courtroom every day.

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Well base on the facts and victims of the past and his past history on marriages and relationships along with the words of his songs most of many lust and sex they all about. Mr. Kelly is most definitely assume guilty. However, base on how he is so kind in giving out money to the state and victims which involves in sex he will walk surely. Long as the money keeps supporting you guys and state of fiscal you will let this man walk and continue on and make sex with your young gurls legal. So how much long will you guys let his money keep him free we the public learn from this all and only lesson is money can buy our way through! I sincely with heart hope if he is guilty or not he seeks therapy on whom and how to date honestly cause it really is all about his childhood he should have been conselor from kid and up before it went this far where was the courts and police when he had dinner with macdonalds gurls? Think about that or better married aliyah? Or paid out for an abortion? No you guys waited till his wife did some slick mess and sent in the video cause she finally decided she wanted him all to herself when she became pregnant with his third child so most fault lies in the laws and attention you gave this guy really. The songs he made since the case speaks for it all really cause we sing what is on our mind and he does has a mind most definitely! King of the bedroom!

I'M NOT DEFENDING MR. KELLY THAT'S FOR HIS ATTORNEYS TO DO, BUT
THIS HAS GONE ON FOR TOO LONG, ONCE HE IS VINDICATED LET'S MOVE
ON, AND MR. KELLY SHOULD STAY AWAY FROM YOUNG GIRLS!

R kelly is sunk only guilty people take juries.look at the conviction rates of his attornies.his clients always go to jail.sam adams hasnt won a case in years.

R kelly is sunk only guilty people take juries.look at the conviction rates of his attornies.his clients always go to jail.sam adams hasnt won a case in years.

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