Lady Gaga apologizes for collaborating with R. Kelly, pulls duet from streaming

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The families of the women in his alleged sex cult are reportedly anxious if the girls travel out of the country with Kelly they may never see them again. While the lawyer for the parents of one of Kelly's alleged victims told the Times that senior investigators from the D.A.'s office recently contacted him about the allegations, the office itself has declined to comment on whether they are looking into the claims.

Speaking with Hip Hop Motivation in a video posted on January 5, 2019, Damon Dash, who's known for co-founding Roc-A-Fella Records with rapper Jay-Z and producer Kareem "Biggs" Burke, opened up about his knowledge of R. Kelly throughout the years. "I remember Aaliyah trying to talk about it and she couldn't".

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Kimberly M. Foxx, the state's attorney for Cook County, Illinois, held a news conference on Tuesday, and encouraged those with allegations against Kelly to come forward. So, they're hoping the 50-year-old singer is charged with a crime so his passport is taken away and he isn't allowed to leave with the girls.

On Wednesday, Lady Gaga took to Twitter to announce that she plans to remove her 2013 song with Kelly, "Do What U Want (With My Body)", from iTunes in the wake of the docu-series.

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Meanwhile, new accusations have surfaced, but this time made against R. Kelly's manager. "That's why there's no evidence of him doing anything wrong", Greenberg told FOX 5's Jaclyn Schultz. There are no photos of him with these women. Both Kelly and the girl denied that the video depicted them, and no assault charges were ever brought against Kelly as a result of the tape. Kelly was hit with 21 counts of child pornography and was found not guilty in 2008. Apparently, the person likely responsible for administering the threat is a known business of R. Kelly named Donnel Russell. Foxx said she was "sickened" by the accounts described in the "Surviving R. Kelly" Lifetime television series, but said she has not - and can not - open a criminal probe in the absence of cooperating witnesses. Through interviews with family members and former members of the Kelly's inner circle, the report alleged that the singer kept at least six women in a "cult" across his properties in Chicago and Atlanta.

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