Facebook Shuts Down Page ‘Exposing’ The Singer’s Accusers — SurvivingRKelly

Chance The Rapper Explained Why He Worked With R. Kelly Despite The Disgraced Singer’s Reputation

Chance the Rapper apologised for working with R. Kelly 'and for taking this long to speak out'

The compelling 3 night event was produced by reporter and filmmaker dream hampton who featured interviews from 50 people linked to Kelly including Kelly's ex-wife and girlfriends, a number of women detailing disturbing accusations against the singer including kidnapping and sexual, emotional and physical abuse.

The page claimed that McGee was working with the parents of Jocelyn Savage (who believe their daughter is now living as one of R. Kelly's alleged sex slaves), as a means to extort money from the artist.

"Surviving R. Kelly" features interviews with multiple women who allege that Kelly had sex with them when they were underage, physically and emotionally abused them, and sought to control women by regulating when they ate, used the restroom, and contacted their families.

Sources close to R. Kelly reportedly revealed that he and his team are in the middle of launching the site.

Some critics seized on Chance's remarks about black women, which were quoted by Rolling Stone earlier on Saturday as they appeared in the documentary. The R&B singer denies it.

"I think a lot of times people try to research a person by their lyrics".

John Legend was one of few male musicians to feature in the documentary.

Earlier, a source close to Kelly told the outlet he had not watched the documentary series, but meant to launch legal action against the accusers featured in the programme. Kelly persuasively argues-proves, really- that, societally speaking, we have made an unforgivable pact with Kelly, a musical genius who was able to hide his evil behavior in plain sight for decades because he committed his crimes against black girls. He does, however, also acknowledge that black women are "exponentially a higher oppressed and violated group of people", and explicitly states, "Making a song with R. Kelly was a mistake". Convince every person you know to unsubscribe until they remove Kelly's music, and let the platforms know why.

Celebrity news website The Blast reported that R Kelly' streaming numbers increased by 16% on Spotify after the airing of the first episode of Surviving R Kelly. The song, "Born To My Music", talks about those that R. Kelly has influenced, and that his music even helped his fans to have children, presumably while listening to his music. "Maybe these sales represent the curious listener hoping R. Kelly gives them something that they won't see in the blinding heat of the limelight", jlabbeii wrote.

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