R. Kelly Drops Jaunty Jingle As His Defense Rests

anthonyjmiccio | June 9, 2008 4:15 am

It may seem rather confident of R. Kelly to drop a new song, the sprightly tribute to The-Dream and/or T-Pain “Body Body,” as his defense wraps up its case, but 12-Play: Fourth Quarter does have some serious finality to it. (I suppose if a mistrial is declared, he can put out 12-Play: Overtime.) But before we can find out what twelve Chicagoans think about Lisa Van Allen and the Little Man defense, the prosecution will call its video expert to refute that whole freaky-deaky headless madness the defense offered, and an Atlanta prosecutor to swear that Van Allen’s fiance Yul Brown did not cut a deal on his own criminal case in exchange for his girlfriend’s testimony in this case.

I wonder if he’ll flee the country if he’s found guilty, sending us hottie-filled videos for songs like this from undisclosed locations. Only Osama Bin Laden knows he feels, you know. And Roman Polanski.

Defense rests in R. Kelly case [Sun-Times]R. Kelly – Body Body [New 2008] [YouTube]