R. Kelly Moved From Chicago To North Carolina Prison

After being sentenced to 20 years in prison for child pornography and enticement of minors for sex back in February, R. Kelly has been moved from a Chicago correctional center to a medium-security prison in North Carolina.

According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons spokesperson Benjamin O’Cone, he’s been transferred from the Metropolitan Correctional Center Chicago to the federal correctional institution in Butner, North Carolina to serve his sentence.

Robert Sylvester Kelly, denied the allegations but the rumors of the Grammy award winner have been circulating since the 90’s. Although he’s known for amazing hit songs like ” I Believe I Can Fly”, he’s also known for “Bump And Grind” or the produced hit performed by Aaliyah “Age Ain’t Nothing But A Number.”

Kelly will be eligible to be released from jail when he is in his late seventies. The reason for the transfer isn’t disclosed due to privacy, safety, and security reasons.