R. Kelly is losing members of his team at a rapid pace, as the “Bump & Grind” singer’s publicist, Trevian Kutti, recently revealed he no longer works for the Chicago crooner.
“Effective April 16, 2018, I no longer represent Mr. Robert Kelly,” said Kutti in a statement.
The Jasmine Brand also reports Kelly’s executive assistant, Diane Copeland, left her position earlier this month after working for the pied piper for over ten years. Kelly’s lawyer, Linda Mensch, has also dropped the Grammy winner as a client.
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The departures follow numerous unflattering headlines surrounding the star, including reports of Kelly running a sex-cult out of Atlanta and a 20-year-old woman suing the songwriter for allegedly giving her an STD.
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