Singer/songwriter/producer R Kelly delves deeper than anticipated for the cover of the latest issue of GQ magazine. The performer, who has dodged sexual allegations that have haunted his career and recently made an on camera exit during an interview with the Huntington Post discusses being sexually molested around seven or eight and his relationship with the late R&B star Aaliyah. Kelly would only state that the two loved one another out of respect for the singer’s family. Kelly was tight lipped about whether the man in a 2002 sex tape discovered by the police is him. Kelly also shared his thoughts on Bill Cosby’s accusers and his mother’s recent passing. GQ magazine is on newsstands now. With his musical career allegedly ending by years end, rapper Lupe Fiasco took the stage at Los Angeles’s Fonda Theater for the fourth stop on his For The Fans Tour, his latest trek since releasing his final album for Atlantic Records “Tetsuo & Youth”. The Chicago MC displayed showmanship and his catalog served as his support beam. The audience rocked to such hits as “Kick Push”, “Superstar”, “Daydreamin” and  “Paris, Tokyo”. It was a night those in attendance won’t soon forget. In anticipation of the 58th Annual Grammy Awards, which will air on Feb. 15, Pandora has made predictions across 10 nomination categories based on user interactions and expects the Weeknd, Chris Stapleton and Wiz Khalifa to snag top honors. Pandora’s winner predictions were determined by comparing the amount of plays for the Grammy-nominated tunes over the past year to the number of thumbs up they received. If Pandora users had their say, among this years Grammy winners include the Weeknd for “Can’t Feel My Face”, Wiz Khalifa for “See You Again” and Chris Stapleton for Album of the Year for “Traveller”.