Valencia P. Love – a protector
On Feb 26, 2019, a Chicagoan businesswoman – Valencia P. Love – told Tia Ewing of Fox32 News. The conversation occurred during a phone call. She wondered about her $100,000 bail. Then, the court documents confirmed Love’s identity.
People knew that R. Kelly turned over to police custody on Feb 22. However, he was free from prison on the following Monday evening. He demonstrated not fall into 10 counts of criminal sexual abuse (Chicago Tribune).
Love commented she did not say that was her money or his money. He was not broke (Ewing). There are 3 aspects to every story. Kelly is her friend and he needed helps.
Love told Ewing that she trusted Kelly. She persuaded to give Kelly a chance. People should allow him to prove himself. Kelly definitely was not a monster. He was a gentleman.
Kelly cannot pay the amount. It was 10% of $1 million bonds. After leaving jail, the singer then had a meal in a local McDonald’s (The Root). However, he would face 70 years in prison if he truly committed sexual harassment. The sentence might take place in Chicago, on March 22.
The Daily Mail reported that Love had some businesses in the Windy City. There are ‘the Lord and Child Christian Day Care’ and ‘the Love on the Blu restaurant’. Love helped bail R. Kelly out. After that, online users launched their negative opinions. For example, one said: Do not go to Love on the Blu since Love wanna use her money for dumb s**t.
Another shared: It is terrible when the one working in childcare paid R. Kelly’s bail. Parents should pay attention to their child in her daycare.
However, Love had a supporter. He said: I have been here. I think the food was good. It had a BLACK OWNED place on the southside. It is perfect. That reviewer continued his/her comment. He did not know why people give the RESTAURANT a bad review due to Kelly. His thought was people should give reviews based on food and service instead.
Love then gave a thank to this person
- Kelly is not strange for disturbing allegations of sexual misuse. A six-part Lifetime documentary named Surviving R. Kelly. It shed new light on these claims in January 2019. After that, some celebs spoke out against the crooner on social community.
Kelly’s lawyer was Steven Greenberg. He told the Associated Press that Kelly felt upset and disappointed. On the other hand, Michael Avenatti took some of Kelly’s victims as clients.
Avenatti said: He did not receive any benefits from this. It is an outrageous issue. It was like power abuse. It aimed at the most sensitive people. For instance, young African American girls. He claimed this statement within an interview with SiriusXM’s The Karen Hunter Show. He kept saying. He was so satisfied as a father and a lawyer. Also, He was happy as a man that believes in right and wrong. The day Karma has come for R. Kelly, he cannot hide anymore.