When it rains, it definitely pours and it looks like R. Kelly has now found himself without a crisis manager as he continues to sit behind bars.
According to CBS News, R. Kelly’s crisis manager, Darrell Johnson announced that he would be stepping down from his role Monday night. He said to the news outlet, “I step down as crisis manager for personal reasons. Mr. Kelly is in good hands with Mr. Greenberg,” referring to Steve Greenberg, the head of R. Kelly’s legal team.
Darrell’s exit from his position comes after he appeared on “CBS This Morning,” where he told Gayle King that he would not leave his daughter around an accused pedophile.
In a clip that we posted earlier, he said, “I would not leave my daughter with anyone that’s accused of being a pedophile. I would not.”
Interesting enough, Robin made an account to point out that he was helping to defend R. Kelly, who has been accused of being a pedophile.
As we previously reported, R. Kelly was arrested in Chicago on sex trafficking charges.
Check out what Darrell had to say earlier during his interview:
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TSR STAFF: Brianne D! @beedev_ ______________________________________ #Roommates, the accusations being made against #RKelly have surely caught up to him. While he is sitting behind bars, his team is working overtime to maintain his innocence. Kelly’s crisis manager, #DarrellJohnson, says he’s innocent if the evidence doesn’t convict him, but Darrell’s stance isn’t too convincing after a recent interview. ______________________________________ In an interview on @cbsthismorning, Darrell speaks about everything from R. Kelly’s expenses to his past accusations. Darrell says he sees Kells as any normal person leading a normal life, but when asked about his own daughter, his tune changed. Gayle King explicitly asks Darrell if he would leave his 20-year-old daughter with R. Kelly, and Darrell says absolutely not. ______________________________________ “I wouldn’t leave my daughter with anybody that’s accused of being a pedophile,” Darrell says. “I’m going to say—click the link in our bio to read more! (🎥: @cbsthismorning)
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