Kelly 'refused to watch a single minute' of Lifetime docuseries

Kelly 'refused to watch a single minute' of Lifetime docuseries

Over the past three days, a massive six-part documentary series titled Surviving R. Kelly aired in the United States, detailing the many allegations of sexual assault and pedophilia against singer R. Kelly.

"We're programmed to really be hypersensitive to black male oppression", he said. Following the publication of the article, the rapper wrote on Twitter that his quotes were "taken out of context" and the entire interview above was provided. This article has been amended to reflect the full interview. R. Kelly has continually denied all claims, ever since they were first publicly reported in 2000.

Smith's claims about the nuptials back-up previous confirmation the wedding took place by Kelly's ex-business-manager, Rocky Biven in 2018 BBC Three documentary R Kelly: Sex, Girls and Videotapes.

Following the release of Part 1 of the Surviving R. Kelly docuseries on Lifetime on the U.S., R. Kelly's legal team sent a letter warning the company that should the six-part docuseries air as intended, Kelly would file a federal lawsuit.

The singer was accused of running a sex cult and having sex with several underage girls, as well as physically abusing them.

As both the rapper and the R&B singer are musical icons in their native Chicago, their paths have crossed on numerous occasions: During Chance the Rapper's Lollapalooza set in 2014, held in the Windy City, he brought out Kelly as a surprise guest. I don't see how people can sit here and still defend this dude or deflect what he doing or put the blame on the victim and their parents because they stayed. like nobody ever knew of a woman who stayed in a relationship that wasn't good because they were in love. But when my sister told me he married his 15-year-old protégé Aaliyah (which he has always denied), and I responded with something like, "shouldn't she be playing with kids my age?"

"Anyone mentioning that I have black women in my family is deliberately missing the point", Chance added.

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"And I'm having a really hard time understanding why".

R. Kelly's music on Spotify is spiking, according to The Blast, and Jada Pinkett Smith is "having a really hard time understanding why".

Allegations of abuse and sexual misconduct against RnB artist R Kelly are in the spotlight again as a six-part documentary series reignites public outrage.

Kelly did not speak to the media after the trial but was seen hugging fans outside the courtroom.

According to Billboard, Kelly's legal representatives have threatened Lifetime with a lawsuit suggesting that the documentary defames Kelly.

In response to the #MuteRKelly hashtag, the singer's team released the statement: "We understand criticizing a famous artist is a good way to draw attention to (Time's Up) goals - and in this case, it is unjust and off-target". When applauded online, Legend Tweeted that it was an "easy decision", as he doesn't "give a fuck about protecting a serial child rapist".

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