Kelly's lawyer Greenberg said last week that the singer needed to travel to Dubai to raise capital because “he has struggled of late to pay his child support.”
The singer argued that his previous history of being accused of sexual improprieties should not be relevant in his current case.
After spending the weekend in police custody, R. Kelly had his $100,000 bail posted by a woman who listed herself as the singer’s “friend” on the bond slip.
The singer said she will no longer sing her career-making hit “I Am Your Woman."
The court has instructed Kelly to take all of his personal belongings out of the facility and use it exclusively as a recording studio.
Black Twitter immediately pointed out that while Weinstein might not have a designated hashtag assigned to his allegations, he's instead facing criminal charges -- unlike R. Kelly.