Kehlani is speaking out following the release of accused rapist and Superfly actor, Kaalan “KR” Walker.
The actor and music artist was released from Los Angeles County Jail this past Friday after an anonymous celebrity posted his $1.08 million bail. In 2018, Walker was arrested and charged with nine counts of felony sexual assault and called out by more than 15 women for his alleged sex crimes.
Kehlani spoke out against Walker shortly after his release and announced that she was standing with his alleged victims. She also alerted her followers that Walker was released and using the same tactics he reportedly used to lure and assault women.
“TW: SEXUAL ASSAULT i apologize in advance if everything i’m going to be retweeting involves rape & assault,” Kehani tweeted. “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.”
Kehlani continued by retweeting accounts of those who were alleged victims of Walker or have witnessed questionable behavior from the fallen star. She also reposted details of Walker’s release from Instagram model Indyamarie.
“A little recap with more info: WHOKR is a serial rapist. Since 2015/16 women have came forward against him,” Kehlani retweeted. “Today he is out on bail. ONLY because he had to MOVE to BOSTON. But he still travels to LA to shoot models. His celebrity EX GF, posted his 1mil $ bail. Over 15+ women came forward to prepare to go to trial against him. Detectives DROPPED over a handful of women off the case as victims in the summer. The trial was postponed due to “covid”. Now with less victims and witnesses, his lawyers think they might have a chance.”
Walker has since responded to Kehlani and Indyamarie by releasing a diss song against the women over Drake’s “Lemon Pepper Freestyle.”