Airing on Lifetime, the six-hour series features interviews from several of his accusers, #MeToo founder Tarana Burke, his brothers, and ex-wife Andrea Kelly, who alleges R. Kelly has committed sexual abuse and acts of pedophilia across several decades.
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.More news: Canadian Bianca Andreescu heading to ASB Classic finals
Master P continues to say that he don't know if R. Kelly did all the things that they said that he did, but the parents should've done more to protect their kids. R. Kelly's first target will reportedly be Asante McGee.
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 details of each of their stories are harrowing, but the overall effect is one of powerful accumulation: slight variations on an experience that becomes more and more horrifying and unassailable each time it's told.More news: World Bank president Jim Yong Kim announces surprise early resignation
"We're programmed to really be hypersensitive to black male oppression", he told Lemieux. Referring to his 2015 collaboration with Kelly on the singer's song "Somewhere In Paradise", and bringing him out as a surprise guest during his 2014 Lollapalooza set, Chance explained, "Maybe I didn't care because I didn't value the accusers' stories because they were black women". I believe these women. She also interviewed Kelly's brothers, his famed music teacher, former employees, record industry types, celebrities including John Legend and various radio personalities and a number of Chicago reporters who extensively covered the trial and ongoing allegations. It will not, however, make it impossible: Over the weekend, plays of Kelly's songs were reportedly up 16 percent on Spotify, because of the documentary.
In case you've missed the drama surrounding R Kelly following the release of a six-hour length Lifetime documentary regarding his sexual predation, the explosive TV episodes have one again brought the risky rapper to light.More news: Firm unveils upgraded Micro LED displays that can fit any room
One source says Kelly is now "going to sue everybody who had anything to do with this". In an emergency, call 000.