Kelly Victims Parents "Would Not Be My Child"

Kelly Victims Parents

Now, one of Kelly's alleged victims, Asante McGee victims is putting out a challenge to the singer to test if he is, in fact, telling the truth. The three-part documentary sent shockwaves throughout audiences with its gripping and harrowing recounts of Kelly's alleged sexual abuse - told by seven alleged survivors - over the last 20-plus years. "Y'all know I ain't gonna be on no reality show or Lifetime, I'm a be on CNN, straight up".

The vocal inflection in the clip also reflects Chance saying what he said in a more theoretical manner, not that he actually just doesn't believe Black women.

Pinkett Smith concuded: "I really don't want to believe that it's because black girls don't matter enough".

Celebrities who feature in the documentary include John Legend, talk-show host Wendy Williams and singer Sparkle. It is unclear if it was deleted by the social media platform.

"It's been nearly two years now, and we still haven't seen our daughter", said Savage's father, according to a Complex report on the last episode of "Surviving R. Kelly".

During Surviving R.Kelly, everyone from ex-employees, family member (including his ex-wife), and even women who were allegedly abused by the R&B singer appeared to recount their involvement with him.

Well, I have spoken to more than a dozen courageous women who have put their names and faces to the accusations they have made in BuzzFeed in July 2017, the big story that has revitalized interest in this sad tale.

R. Kelly is also fighting back the claims by saying that the documentary is "disgusting".

This article discusses sexual assault.

"How is it that R Kelly's music sales have spiked (substantially) since the release of the docu-series Surviving R Kelly?".

R. Kelly's Spotify streams have reportedly increased 16 percent since Surviving R. Kelly debuted on Thursday, according to the Blast.

Their mentions, comments and emails should full of messages on how wrong it is for them to be publicly supporting Kelly over his many accusers.

In the midst of these accusations against Kelly, and the new Georgia criminal investigation, his music label RCA has still refused to drop him from their roster.

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