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Sydney Scott
Feb, 22, 2018

Robert Sylvester Kelly seems to think he would be welcome in Wakanda, and Twitter isn't having it. 

Like many of us, R. Kelly caught Black Panther over the President's Day weekend and took to Twitter to share his excitement about the film, tweeting a photo of United Airlines' Wakanda flight and writing, "Hell, I’m on my way too! Amazing film!"

However, Twitter quickly put the kibosh on Kelly's plans to pursue underaged Wakandans real quick. 

In July 2017, more women came forward accusing Kelly of sexual abuse after a piece from BuzzFeed went viral. The report alleged that the R&B singer was holding young women hostage in one of his Atlanta properties and his Chicago home. 

Kelly's lawyer denied the allegations, issuing a statement saying, "Mr. Robert Kelly is both alarmed and disturbed at the recent revelations attributed to him. Mr. Kelly unequivocally denies such allegations and will work diligently and forcibly to pursue his accusers and clear his name." 

We doubt the Dora Milaje and the women of Wakanda would welcome Kelly with open arms, so maybe he should consider booking another trip.