Social News Daily would like to ask you, in light of the #AskRKelly Twitter Q&A fiasco, to step outside this news story and ask yourself … what do you think Twitter wants to say to R. Kelly?
There. This story is now obsolete. Because when the #AskRKelly Twitter Q&A started, it was golden shower and pedophilia jokes all the way down.
Seriously. This is the kind of thing understanding vaguely what Twitter might be would preclude you from doing, were you a celebrity handler.
“Oh, a service where everyday people can talk to R. Kelly and say whatever they want, and anyone else in the whole world who can get to Twitter can see it? Yeah, no, whatever that thing is, we will avoid it, thank you.”
— R. Kelly (@rkelly) December 12, 2013
— Alejandro NIGlesias (@AlejandroDaGr8) December 10, 2013
— SplakQUEvellie (@2oo_Deep) December 10, 2013
#AskRKelly How did you get so many people to forget that you’re a pedophile?
— GoBrooklyn (@GoBrooklyn) December 10, 2013
— schmollerz (@schmollerz) December 11, 2013
#AskRKelly , so R do you use flash cards to show what sexual positions you want to do ?
— would you like a…. (@BlackRickFlair) December 10, 2013
Now that you probably have a Social Media Manager position open, can I apply or is there an age restriction like 13 or something? #AskRKelly
— Nixster (@OriginalNixster) December 11, 2013
What was your favorite question asked of R. Kelly during the #AskRKelly Twitter debacle?