A popular sentiment being expressed in the wake of R. Kelly's guilty verdict following his sex trafficking trial has been how Black women like Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx would not rest until the disgraced singer was brought to justice.

Citing a breakdown in communication within her office, Foxx took responsibility over a month after a Chicago police officer killed the teen in March.

The Chicago mayor delivered a fiery diatribe against people seen on video looting and called on Kim Foxx to hold those arrested accountable despite a report that the city's chief prosecutor has been dropping felony cases.

All charges were dropped against the 'Empire' actors and the powers that be in Chicago are still outraged.

The drama continues with the Jussie Smollett case.

Text messages also reveal that Superintendent Eddie Johnson knew about the charges being dropped, despite dramatic press conference.

She is the first Black woman to be the Cook County's State Attorney and she is not backing down.

State’s Attorney Kim Foxx refused the Chicago police union and white police chiefs' call to resign.

The Rev. Al Sharpton called Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel a hypocrite for criticizing Cook County Attorney Kim Foxx's handling of the Jussie Smollett case.

She also had some words for the Chicago Police Department.

The Chicago Police Union should clearly have more to focus on than Jussie Smollett and Kim Foxx.

Some people really want Jussie Smollett behind bars and are now blaming MIchelle Obama because they didn't get their wish.