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R. Kelly back in court in fight over child support payments

Little mentioned within the aftermath of R. Kelly's empire crumbling round him is what his little ones could be enduring consequently. Joanna Kelly, who performs under the identify Buku Abi, could be becoming a member of the cast of growing to be Up Hip Hop: Atlanta and has no plans to focus on her famous father.
Sources related to the WE tv reveal inform The Blast Drea Kelly did not ask for permission, or even inform her ex-husband that their household could be participating on the most recent season of "starting to be Up Hip Hop." Two of the three infants are over the age of 18, however we're told there's zero communication between Drea and Kelly, so she on no account ran the rest with the aid of him.
furthermore, sources close to Drea scoffed at the notion she would are seeking out Kelly's blessing for any company alternatives after it took reformatory time to get him to pay up on returned infant support.
We're instructed all three of Kelly's infants, together with Joann, Jay and Robert Jr., will be featured on the display. youngsters, Joann's aspiring singing career could be the focal factor.
We're told Joann, who performs beneath the identify Buku Abi, was adamant involving "now not talking" about her controversial father, as he is not a person actively concerned in her life. The R&B singer really shared a birthday message for her this week, however we're advised the two have nonetheless not spoken.
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