R. Kelly has been under fire and investigation following the “Surviving R. Kelly” documentary series by Lifetime a few days back. Reports say the singer is thinking of moving to Africa after estranged daughter joined in speaking out against him.
The documentary, which has sparked renewed interest in the allegations of abuse and running a sex cult against the singer, contains interviews from his alleged victims and families of girls still living with him.
Chicago prosecutor Kimberly Foxx has urged potential victims of the singer to come forward and report their abuse.
There’s nothing that can be done to investigate these allegations without the cooperation of both victims and witnesses. We cannot seek justice without you.
The singer has long since dodged conviction, getting acquited of charges of child pornography back in 2008.
The allegations of different forms of sex abuse have long since existed, as he was accused of allegedly illegally marrying the late singer Aaliyah.
Hosts of radio show “The Breakfast Club” Charlamagne tha God, Angela Yee and DJ Envy discuss the singer and the most current developments.
R Kelly’s estranged daughter Buku Abi speaks out against her father, apologizes for taking so long long to say something. Calls him a monster and says that she, her mother and siblings don’t condone Kelly’s behavior pic.twitter.com/SlYh3unopN
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