About R. Kelly’s Transgender Son, Jaah Kelly: Age, Dating, Wiki

March 22, 2024
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Who is Jaah Kelly?

Jaah was born in the USA in 2000, and although her exact birthdate remains undisclosed, it’s believed that her zodiac sign’s Sagittarius. She’s perhaps only known for being a daughter of American former singer-songwriter, and convicted sex offender Robert Sylvester Kelly.

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Education and early life

Jaah was raised in the US alongside her older sister JoAnn, born in 1998, and younger brother Robert, Jr. who was born in 2002, by their father and mother Andrea Danyell Kelly, an American choreographer, actress and dancer; Robert and Andrea married in 1996, then their divorce was finalized in January 2009, following a three-year separation.

Jaah had a rough childhood, as her father was often accused of sexual abuse, which culminated in 2022 when he was convicted of producing child pornography and enticing a child, and sentenced to spend 30 years behind bars.

Jaah was 14 years old when she came out as a transgender male, and was 18 when she gave an interview to the magazine “Paper”, revealing that she identified as a lesbian rather than a transgender male. She stated that she fell into depression following her coming out in 2014, and that she spent three weeks at a psychiatric hospital; Jaah also revealed that she’s only interested in women, and doesn’t find men attractive.

She studied at a local high school, and upon matriculating in 2018 began pursuing writing and performing rap songs, although Jaah’s yet to make a name for herself in the industry.


Love life and relationships

Jaah hasn’t spoken about the girls whom she’s been with, but some of her father’s fans have claimed to have spotted her spending time with various girlfriends on a number of occasions.

It’s today believed that she’s in a long-term relationship with a non-celebrity American woman, while some believe that the two have also exchanged vows in a secret ceremony, however, none of this has been addressed by Jaah.

It’s believed that she dated only a single boy while attending a local high school, as she was still exploring her sexuality.

Jaah seems to be single as of November 2022, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Jaah loves tattoos, and has a large one covering her entire neck.

She’s leading a healthy life, as she eats healthy foods and avoids sweets and fast food, while she also often works out at the gym.

Jaah loves animals, and her favorites are elephants and zebras.

She likes to go shopping for clothes, and her favorite city for shopping is Los Angeles, California.

Jaah’s favorite actresses are Aisha Tyler and Paula Patton, and some of her favorite movies include “My Life, Inc.”, “For One Night” and “Black Water Transit”.


Height, eyes and wealth

Jaah’s age is either 21 or 22. She has brown eyes and long black hair, weighs around 120lbs (55kgs) and is 5ft 5ins (1.65m) tall.

Jaah’s net worth’s been estimated at over $50,000, as of November 2022.

Who is her father R. Kelly?

Robert Sylvester Kelly was born in Chicago, Illinois USA, on 8 January 1967, meaning that his zodiac sign’s Capricorn. He sold close to 80 million records during his career, and was the most successful R&B singer in the ‘90s – his most popular single “I Believe I Can Fly” won three Grammys. Kelly’s been in a federal prison since July 2019, following his aforementioned sentencing by a Brooklyn court, while he’ll be sentenced in Chicago in February 2023.


He was raised in Chicago alongside his two siblings and three half-siblings, by his American mother Joanne who was an elementary school teacher, while his father, whose name hasn’t been disclosed, wasn’t around; Joanne married Lucious when Kelly was five, and the two apparently got along well. Kelly’s revealed that he was eight when his first girlfriend Lulu drowned, and that the event motivated him to start writing songs.

He was sexually abused by an older female family member from the age of eight through 14, while Kelly’s younger brother Carey’s revealed that he was sexually abused by their older sister Theresa. Kelly was also abused by a male friend of the family when he was 10, while he was shot in the shoulder when he was 11 by a group of boys who wanted to steal his bicycle. Kelly studied at Kenwood Academy, and during his time there won first prize in the school talent show; it was his music teacher who persuaded him to pursue music instead of basketball, but then after having been diagnosed with dyslexia, he dropped out of Kenwood.


Kelly and three others formed the band Musically Gifted Men (MGM) in 1990; they signed a contract with Tavdash Records in the same year, and released the single “Why You Wanna Play Me”, but then disbanded.

Kelly signed a contract with Jive Records in 1991, and his debut album “Born into the ‘90s” was released in the following year; his second album “12 Play” came out on 9 November 1993, and spent 12 weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot R&B Singles Chart. His next album “R. Kelly” was released on 14 November 1995, and established him as one of the most popular R&B singers in the USA; his most popular single, “I Believe I Can Fly” was released on 26 November 1996.

Some of Kelly’s following albums were “R”, released on 17 November 1998, “TP-2.com” on 7 November 2000 and “The Best of Both Worlds” on 24 January 2002. His album “Chocolate Factory” came out on 18 February 2003, topping the Billboard 200 Chart, and selling more than half a million copies in only a week.


Kelly’s eighth album “Double Up” was released in December 2006, and was followed by “Untitled” on 1 December 2009, “Love Letter” on 14 December 2010 and “Write Me Back” on 26 June 2012; his final album “12 Nights of Christmas” was released on 21 October 2016.

Kelly was sued for the first time in 1996, when Tiffany Hawkins accused him of having sexual intercourse with her in 1991, when she was 15 and he was 24; she claimed that Kelly encouraged her to have group sex with him and other underage girls – the case was settled in 1998 for $250,000.

A video began circulating the internet on 3 February 2002, which showed Kelly having sex and urinating on an underage girl. He was indicted in Chicago on child pornography in June of the same year, and was arrested on 22 January 2003, after the police had found pictures of a naked teenage girl at his home, the same girl featured in the above mentioned video; the girl refused to testify, and Kelly was found not guilty in June 2008.


Several organizations called for a boycott of Kelly’s music, and Spotify announced on 10 May 2018 that it would no longer be promoting his music, while Pandora and Apple Music did the same two days later. He was dropped from RCA Records in January 2019, and his YouTube channel shut down a year later.

Following these events, Kelly’s former wife Andrea revealed that she suffered physical and mental abuse during their 13 years of marriage.

Martha Clifford

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