Updated: Mar 10
UPDATED: 3/9 at 6:58 PM PST
Kalaan Walker decided to put out some spin for the people. I do not think his bail was lowered, he just paid the 10% required. Also, I doubt the judge already thinks something is off about his charges before the trial, and if there was something off, they would drop the charges, not the bail.
When it comes to violence against Black men, the culture seems to have no issues coming together and calling out the violators. However, when it comes to violence against women, the culture is at a crossroads, especially when the perpetrator is a male within the industry. Women fall in the toxic role of excuse-makers/ pick-me bitches, while men go into self-preservation mode.
Yesterday, singer Kehlani decided to buck the victim shaming trend and stood in solidarity with the
alleged rape victims of rapper/actor/photographer Kaalan Walker, also known as KR. Even though Kehlani had a working relationship with Kaalan, she still used her platform to inform the public that the accused serial rapist bailed out of jail on Friday and that he was back to soliciting work as a photographer.
Kehlani tweeted, "TW: SEXUAL ASSAULT - I apologize in advance if everything I'm going to be retweeting involves
rape & assault, i am standing with the victims of a serial RAPIST who i knew personally to be aggressive, dangerous & twisted. He was released on bail & is back shooting photography of people (how he started assaulting folks in the first place, many of which were minors), and his case is still open, and now his victims and their allies are being targeted and gaslit by him and his followers on social media. Some are my FRIENDS. I STAND W YALL."
Kaalan took to Instagram to deny he attacked Kehlani's friend and wrote, "I'll address this one time and one time only, then it's back to the mixtape to explain my story. "Something To Say" available shortly on Youtube..."
It doesn't surprise me that he is going to try to capitalize off his allegations. It also wouldn't surprise me if he received industry support (behind the scenes). Interestingly, Kehlani claims that it was another female celeb who helped Kaalan bail out of jail.
I wrote about KR in the past due to him exposing how ghostwriting and ghost-producing works at the
labels. There were also rumors that he was Hip Hop's secret ghostwriter. I mean that no credit on the song old-school ghostwriter. He is a melodic rapper, so which artists come to mind? He is a talented monster, and the industry loves their monsters if they can make hits. He probably knows a lot of industry secrets that could cause problems for people. When he was locked up, it was out of sight, out of mind, however now...🥴
If his mixtape makes the pick-me bitches wet their panties and give men new captions, then don't be surprised if he starts complaining about being blackballed; his supporters start yelling "3 sides to every story," and Timbaland is in his comments cheering him on.
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