Earlier this month, just weeks before he was arrested and charged with 10 counts of criminal sexual abuse, R. Kelly announced on social media that he would be embarking on a world tour that included stops in Australia, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Germany, and the Netherlands. Concerts Stuttgart, the promotion company behind Kelly's shows in Germany, is said to be pushing forward with their plans to host the singer, even in the midst of Kelly's legal troubles. The company sent an email update to fans who have purchased tickets to Kelly's upcoming April show letting them know that while they currently are holding off on selling more tickets, they aren't going to cancel the show...yet.

TMZ reported on a snippet of Concert Stuggart's email, sharing in a rough English translation, as saying, "At the moment, and we also have to admit that, the chances of the tour are rather bad, yet we would like to wait for the outcome of the (case). It is also correct that Robert had to (surrender) his passport for now."

In fact, none of the other promoters have refunded tickets or canceled any of their shows either. This afternoon, FOX4 News in Texas tweeted that Kelly has posted his $1,000,000 bail and is scheduled to be released today. This news comes on the tail of Steve Greenberg, Kelly's attorney, stating that his client didn't have the $100,000, or 10% of the bail, immediately on hand. Greenberg blamed a "mismanagement" of funds and "bad deals" as to why Kelly couldn't initially come up with the cash. Female fans have been allegedly calling the court clerk's office inquiring as to how they could post bail for the singer.