A group of activists say they plan to protest musician R. Kelly’s performance at Little Caesars Arena.
R. Kelly has produced massive hits like “I believe I can Fly.”
But the singer has also long been accused of sexual misconduct with underage girls.
Activists with the non-profit group “Wayne County SAFE” say someone with Kelly’s history should not be allowed to perform at a facility like the new Detroit arena because it was built in part with taxpayer dollars.
Organizers say the group plans to stage a protest before Kelly joins Charlie Wilson on stage for the latest stop on their “Tale of Two Kings” tour.
A jury found him not guilty of child pornography charges in 2008.
He has, however, settled numerous lawsuits out-of-court that were filed by women accusing him of misconduct.