• R. Kelly's due to be sentenced in May next year and could spend the rest of his life in prison.
Bongo singer Ali Kiba has commented on the current situation RnB singer R. Kelly is going through after he was found guilty of charges including sexual exploitation of a child, bribery, racketeering and sex trafficking involving five victims.
Speaking to MillardAyo, Kiba said although R.Kelly is facing it rough, he doesn't support any sought of abuse.
"(I am hurt by what he is going through but if he is guilty, then let the law take its course of action. I do not support that act at all.)
Anaumia sana lakini nitajutia kama ni kweli amefanya kitendo hicho siwezi kusapoti kama itajulikana kama amefanya ni mtu ambaye namjua' kuumia lazima niumie kama binadamu ila siwezi kusapoti ni vitendo vya kupingwa kama itakuwa ni kweli sheria ifate mkondo wake " Amesema alikiba."
Alikiba na R Kelly worked together on one of his projects a few years ago.
After more than 25 years of accusations and a federal court trial in New York that lasted seven weeks, R&B singer R. Kelly was found guilty.
He is due to be sentenced in May next year and could spend the rest of his life in prison.
YouTube has also removed two of R. Kelly's channels following his sex trafficking conviction last month.
The singer used his status to sexually abuse women and children over 20 years, a jury found.
YouTube's taken down RKellyTV and RKellyVevo, saying the decision is "in accordance with our creator responsibility guidelines".
The singer won't be able to create any new channels, but his music will still be available on YouTube Music.
His tracks will stay on the audio-streaming service, and music videos of his that are posted by other YouTube users will stay up.