R. Kelly doesn't seem to be bothered by the 'sex cult' allegations against him, sharing a rather strange post to Instagram.
The singer shared a post to his Millions of Social Media followers, which basically stated not to take "no" as an answer.
Kelly hopped onto Instagram & Twitter to advertise his new music by sharing an illustration of numerous "no's" and one highlighted "yes."
The R&B singer wrote in the caption, "All it takes is one 'yes' to change your life."
All it takes is one "yes" to change your life. #WaitOnIt #MorningsWithKellz #RKelly
His followers commented on the post:
User jenemack27 wrote, "You know better than anybody else."
Follower toesarebeans commented, "... seems like "no" doesn't change his life/mind."
People took to Twitter to weigh in with their thoughts on the odd post.
One person tweeted, "How exactly did you wake up and think this would be a good idea."
The R&B singer has been accused numerous times previously of having sexual relations with underage girls, which resulted in settlements and nondisclosure agreements between the parties.
A Buzzfeed article months ago claimed Kelly was holding young women at his home and treating them as sex slaves. Three women previously in the singer's 'inner circle' claimed Kelly had a 'sex cult'. The women stated they were told when to eat, bathe, sleep and had to perform sexual acts on one another which the singer then recorded.
The parents of one of the young women, Jocelyn Savage, held a press conference and claimed that Kelly was holding their daughter hostage and brainwashing her. Jocelyn has insisted she is with the singer on her own accord, but her family isn't buying it.
Last month, another woman came forward to reveal she had sexual relations with Kelly while underage.
Jerhonda Pace, 24, came forward to tell her story in hopes she could help other young women. She reveals she was just 16-years-old when she began a sexual relationship with Kelly in 2009.
Jerhonda claims she had a "traumatizing" sexual relationship with Kelly for eight months where he mentally and physically abused her. Pace claims Kelly filmed them having sex without her consent.
Pace revealed, "I had to call him 'daddy,' and he would call me 'baby.' He wanted me to have two pigtails, and I had to go out and find little schoolgirl outfits."
Kelly has consistently denied the allegations. His rep issued a statement saying, "Mr. Robert Kelly is both alarmed and disturbed by the recent revelations attributed to him. Mr. Kelly unequivocally denies such accusations and will work diligently and forcibly to pursue his accusers and clear his name."
Do you think R. Kelly's post was in bad taste considering the allegations against him?