It is getting legally “Hot in Herre” for Nelly these days. As you might already have heard, the 42-year-old rapper and father of two has been accused of sexual assault.
Nelly, whose real name is Cornell Iral Haynes Jr., rose to fame in the early ’00s. Back in the day, everyone had a copy of Nelly’s debut album Country Grammar that came out in 2000. The album was certified Diamond, which means that it sold over 10,000,000 copies. His next album, 2002’s Nellyville, featured the single “Hot in Herre.” And you could not go anywhere and not hear that song.
Nelly’s career is still active, and he still tours and releases music. In fact, his latest scandal involves something that allegedly happened when he was on the road. Click next to read more about Nelly’s latest scandal and allegations of misconduct.
Musicians on the road have a reputation for engaging in sex with groupies. When they are not on the road, musicians often attract admirers who want a little bit of their time. That is nothing new. However, things get complicated and legally problematic if musicians force people to have sex against their will.