R. Kelly’s fiancée Jocelyn Savage revealed that she’s pregnant in her new tell-all guide Love and Pleasure of Robert, which was launched on Amazon on Friday, August 12. In the direction of the top of the very brief guide, Jocelyn claimed that she was anticipating the singer’s little one, as he serves his 30-year jail sentence on intercourse trafficking and racketeering costs.
Jocelyn introduced her being pregnant in a chapter titled “Bundle of Pleasure,” the place she additionally wrote about receiving her engagement ring from Kelly’s staff. “Months later, I started experiencing extreme morning illness and was uncertain what was unsuitable with my physique. I assumed I had contracted COVID-19, however probably the most wonderful information of all was that I used to be anticipating.”
Because the singer (whose delivery identify is Robert Sylvester Kelly) serves his sentence, Jocelyn admitted that he’s disenchanted he received’t be there to see his little one’s delivery. “Robert is extraordinarily excited in regards to the information that I’m having a child and feels unhappy that Robert received’t be right here with us,” she wrote. On the next web page, Jocelyn included an ultrasound picture and quotes about pleasure.
The opposite chapters of the very brief memoir targeted on different facets of her relationship with Kelly, together with first assembly him when she was invited backstage at one in all his concert events. She additionally mentioned that she was planning on releasing a follow-up to the guide subsequent 12 months, within the description on Amazon.
Kelly was sentenced again on the finish of June, after being discovered responsible on 9 counts of intercourse abuse and racketeering. Numerous his victims spoke up in court docket earlier than he was given 30 years in jail. Earlier than he was sentenced, Jocelyn wrote a letter to Choose Ann Donnelly the place she claimed to be the singer’s fiancée. Jocelyn wrote lovingly in regards to the singer and requested her to contemplate her letter when sentencing him. “Robert will not be the monster that the federal government has described him to be. The Robert I do know could be very candy, light, and sort,” she wrote.