his life. At a Chicago concert by popular gospel artist Kirk Franklin, an emotional Robert Kelly lifted his hands, bowed his head and said he has found Jesus Christ. "I'm sick and tired of being sick and tired," said Kelly to thousands of concert-goers as reported by Ebony magazine. "I really want to get some things in my life right with the Lord." Industry leaders say talk of Kelly's conversion has left some worried about the possibility of the multi-million-dollar music giant leaving secular music.
"The music industry is in denial because to lose Kelly means to lose
money," said an unidentified source.With his X-rated lyrics and suggestive
performances, Kelly, 29, has sold millions of albums. Songs such as "Sex
Me" and "I Believe I Can Fly" have made Kelly one of the