R.Kelly, who is currently incarcerated, expresses his sympathies to Tyrese on the death of his mother.

Tyrese turned to social media late Friday night to express his gratitude to R.Kelly, the jailed R&B crooner, for his condolences following the death of his mother, Priscilla Murray Gibson, who died last month after a battle with COVID-19 and pneumonia.

“Yup….. just broke down in my trailer took me 45 minutes to recover love you Kellz,” the 43-year-old “Fast & Furious” star captioned a screenshot of a text message from Kelly, 55.

“Damn, he’s on the inside, yet he still took the time to send condolences to my family…

Kellz, I adore you…… Gibson added, “No comments are required,” as he switched off the comment box on that particular post.

“I wish they could sneak a protools rig and a microphone into your jail cell so you could unload all of those ideas, because I know you don’t write all of your hits have been freestyled off the top……” But that’s just me,” he continued, before referring to his “Pregnant” collaborator as “the R&B King!”

Tyrese text from R. Kelly.

“Hey lil bro, my condolences to you about your mom,” the “Ignition” singer allegedly told the Watts, Calif. resident in the screenshot. She is with my mother in a better place, and they are both smiling down on us. I’ll pray for you and encourage you to keep going. “United We Stand.”

“I realize it’s a tough dealing with this in the spotlight,” he added, “but keep your head up.”

Robert Kelly was convicted on nine counts in September 2021, including racketeering and sex crimes against “women, boys, and girls for decades.”

“To the victims in this case, your voices were heard, and justice was finally delivered,” said acting US Attorney Jacquelyn Kasulis after the verdict was announced outside the court. “No one deserves to go through what they did at his hands. Or the intimidation and threats they were subjected to.”

As he prepares for his appeal, the musician is currently detained at Brooklyn’s Metropolitan Detention Center, where he just contracted COVID-19.

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