R Kelly Wakanda Ban

Dear R Kelly, we believe you can fly… just not to Wakanda.


R’ Kelly tweeted on Monday that he was heading to Wakanda, the magical land in Marvel’s Black Panther movie which was released in movie theatres last week and the internet closed the borders on the R&B singer.

“Hell, I’m on my way too! Amazing film!#WakandaForever #BlackPanther”

Unfortunately for the ‘Ignition’ singer, others weren’t so keen on the idea.

Nigerian author, Luvvie Ajayi mocked: “NO THANK YOU. WE JUST CLOSED THE BORDERS. – Wakanda Immigration.”

“We come before you today to block the entry of enemies of progress and pedophiles into the sacred land of Wakanda!” she continued.

“You said weapons would form but let them not prosper in this land. We rebuke and reject him, in YOUR glorious name.”

And she wasn’t alone, as fans of the franchise replied to Kelly’s tweet with aims of making it very clear that he wasn’t welcome.

Wakanda’s TOP Travel Agent‏ tweeted: “No sir. This is the land of strong GROWN ass women &children. You have no business here. Take that sh*t to mars or something. #notonmywatch #orcatchthesehands”

Art Doyle added: “I believe you can fly, just not to Wakanda. #WakandaForever”

Check out some of the top tweets below:



Sources: Twitter
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