R. Kelly's Crisis Manager Admits He Wouldn't Leave His Daughter Alone with the Singer, Later Resigns [Video]

R. Kelly’s crisis manager stuck his foot in his mouth on Monday and is now out of a job.

Darrell Johnson — the man who was supposed to be representing R. Kelly in the media — went on national television to talk about the singer’s federal sex-crime charges.

During his remarks, he said he wouldn’t allow his adult daughter to be alone with the singer or anyone “accused of being a pedophile.”

Not long after, R. Kelly’s attorney, Steve Greenberg, said in a statement that Darrell Johnson is taking time off for “personal reasons.”

Yeah….right. Watch Darrell’s initial interview below.


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