R Kelly Fully Vaccinated From Coronavirus: Rapper R. Kelly, who is currently serving jail term in a sexual assault case, has reportedly received the second dose of Covid vaccine in the prison.
According to tmz.com, the singer is ‘Covid safe’ after receiving the second dose from the Bureau of Prisons at MCC Chicago, where he is currently awaiting trial.
The singer had got his first shot in January. As per reports, 63 inmates at MCC Chicago have been fully vaccinated so far, along with 128 staff members.
Kelly was incarcerated in July 2020 on multiple allegations of sexual abuse in three states. However, Kelly has denied all the claims of physical or sexual abuse and domestic violence.
What is Cancel Culture?
Cancel culture” refers to the idea of a person or company being deemed as offensive because of a situation that might have occurred, then being shunned out of social or professional circles — either on social media or in the real world.
Cancel culture has recently become a popular trend on social media.
There’s a spectrum of different severities of cancel culture. On one end of the spectrum are situations like Bill Cosby and R. Kelly, who were canceled by the public before their sex-crimes trials.
They were canceled during the beginning of the #MeToo movement.
According to dictionary.com, “#MeToo is a social movement originating among women advocating for survivors of sexual harassment or violence to speak out about their experiences in order to expose and combat various forms of sexual misconduct.”
Comedian, Bill Cosby, was deemed guilty in court for three separate occasions of committing sex crimes in 1982 – drugging women and aggravated indecent assault.
According to the Associated Press, Cosby, 83, was sentenced in September 2018 and is serving a 3 to 10-year prison term.
NBC no longer plays reruns of “The Cosby Show” and plans for a future spinoff show have been canceled. Cosby’s reputation is ruined forever.