As reported, R. Kelly isn't letting the current investigation into his transgressive behaviour hinder him from travelling abroad. Since the North American market has dried on account of the allegations, R. Kelly will tour the Oceanic peninsula to compensate for such losses.

The 52-year-old will be touring Australia, New Zealand and Sri Lanka come in the very near future, and while promoters in those territories are fully aware of it entails, Kelly's alleged victims and their families are up in arms at the idea of him touring. Of all voices calling "foul play," Azriel Clary's father Angelo is bringing his distress right to the media scrum.

If you'll recall, Azriel Clary is the young woman R. Kelly is purported to have transported across State lines on a flight taking her from Palm Springs to Orlando, with a stopover in Phoenix, Arizona. Clary was but a minor when the flight took place on May 25, 2015. Her father Angelo is not only incensed at the idea that promoters have greenlighted such an arrangement, but he's also of the opinion that his daughter and Joycelyn Savage, another of Kelly's alleged victims, might figure in the front row for much of the overseas tour.

It's no secret that Azriel, Joycelyn, and even Dominique Gardner have stood front row at past R. Kelly shows, but only the former two are believed to be under the control of the 52-year-old singer, at the current moment. Dominique Gardner has since fled R. Kelly's stranglehold and lent her voice to the #MuteKelly movement.