R. Kelly’s Lawyer Lashes Out At Andrea Kelly ‘Instead Of Freeloading, Get A Job’

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R. Kelly’s Lawyer Lashes Out At Andrea Kelly ‘Instead Of Freeloading, Get A Job’

R. Kelly’s lawyer, Steve Greenberg, clearly isn’t a fan of the singer’s ex-wife, Andrea Kelly, suggesting he work at a fast-food restaurant to pay down the six figures he owes in back child support.

He went off on Andrea via Friday and not only told her to get a job, but suggested she’s been paid her money. He states,

“Andrea Kelly’s media blitz is beyond offensive. Her accusations are entirely false. Her suggestion that R.Kelly work at a fast food joint to pay her is nonsensical. She has been paid, in advance. Here’s an idea, instead of free loading, get a job!”

His comments come after Andrea along with her and R. Kelly’s daughter Buku Abi appeared together in an interview. They criticized R. Kelly and Andrea even said she doesn’t care how he earns the money he owes her…even if that means working in a restaurant.

“Figure it out. There are jobs everywhere. I don’t care if he’s the first King of R&B who works at Del Taco.”

R. Kelly has made a few payments and now owes $32,000 according to reports. Roughly $11,500 is in interest.

Buku also had a few words of her own for her dad and his failure to pay child support.

“It has definitely affected me attending school. But we have gotten everything figured out. It’s his responsibility and at the end of the day it has to be done. I just want to get one thing clear. I don’t need his money. It’s his responsibility as my father. I don’t need it. And that’s exactly why we’re doing the show. Because I have my own life, my own career. I do my own music. I have things going for me. That is your responsibility. You chose to lay down with my mother and have children with her. That’s a part of the responsibility.”

As for the show, Andrea and Buku will be on the upcoming season of WeTV’s Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta.

What do you think about Steve’s message for Andrea? Let us know in the comments. 

Authored by: Char Patterson