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R. Kelly is mocked online amid Celebrity Net Worth estimate that his assets are $2M in the red


R. Kelly was the object of Twitter mockery on Sunday amid a Celebrity Net Worth estimate that his ‘net worth is negative $2 million’ with his ongoing legal problems.

The site cited the R&B superstar telling a judge last year that he wasn’t a flight risk as he owed $1.9 million in back taxes, as reported by TMZ.

A number of Twitter users took to the social media format to point out the 54-year-old singer’s financial issues.

One tweet from a user under the handle @Drebae_ garnered more than 52,000 likes, featuring a GIF of Rihanna bursting into laughter.

‘Yall…. Google R Kelly’s net worth & come back. RT if you got more money than him,’ the tweet read.

Another person under the handle @olivia_brianna0 had a GIF of Steve Carell winking.

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‘Hey, if you were feeling broke today just know that R. Kelly’s net worth is NEGATIVE 2 million dollars,’ the tweet read. ‘The devil works hard but karma works harder.’

A user under the handle @raisinbrandi_ read, ‘Was having a not so great day until i found out that my net worth is more than R. Kelly’s. feeling rich today.’

One user shared a GIF of Dennis Rodman making a series of gestures with the caption, ‘R.Kelly explaining how he’s gonna pay his lawyers even though his net worth is negative $2 million.’

The report also caught the attention of musical artists 42 Dugg and EST Gee, who were seen reacting to the news with surprise in a clip on 42 Dugg’s social media reposted by My Mixtapez.
Kelly’s sexual misconduct trial – in which the musical artist is accused of racketeering and sex trafficking – continues Monday in federal court court in Brooklyn, New York, as the case has been turned over to jurors following weeks of testimony.

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The prosecution and defense concluded their closing arguments last week, as Assistant U.S. Attorney Nadia Shihata said the I Believe I Can Fly artist ‘believed the music, the fame and the celebrity meant he could do whatever he wanted,’ and that his accusers ‘aren’t groupies or gold diggers, they’re human beings.’
The Chicago native denies the allegations.

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