R Kelly turns up the heat

By SIMONE MORGAN

Sunday, July 22, 2012

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MULTIPLE award winning singer R Kelly turned up the musical heat on the final night of Reggae Sumfest.
Kelly was instantly forgiven for his almost two hour late start as soon as he hit the first note.
He had the thousands present inside Catherine Hall, Montego Bay rocking to songs like ‘Wine for Me’, ‘Down Low’, ‘Bump and Grind’, ‘Seems Like You’re Ready’ and ‘Sex in the Kitchen’.
"Ladies, can I strip for you?" he asked, and as expected, the females instantly gave their approval.
Seconds later, Kelly was stripped of his sneakers and his glasses by several females at the front. Their photo op with the sneakers was cut short, though, as they reluctantly handed over the items to the security personnel who went into the crowd to retrieve the items.

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