Published: Wed, January 09, 2019
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

R. Kelly under criminal investigation in Georgia following docuseries

R. Kelly under criminal investigation in Georgia following docuseries

TMZ is reporting that R. Kelly and his camp are launching a new website and Facebook page that will aim to "expose all of his accusers as liars as well as reveal their true motivations behind their allegations".

The show, which ran for three nights on Lifetime, featured interviews of 50 people, some of whom had experienced or witnessed Kelly's alleged sexual misconduct.

It waits to be seen whether Kelly will take up her challenge to prove his innocence since he has been maintaining that Lifetime painted him bad in the docuseries. (What you don't see are many of those celebrities who worked with R. Kelly in the recent past, though they may already regret not participating.) When it was inconvenient to see the truth, to do what was right, people chose not to.

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

TMZ reported yesterday that Kelly was "disgusted" by the series and said producers had a "vendetta" against him.

His rep once addressed one batch of allegations, saying, "The allegations against Mr. Kelly are false, and are being made by individuals known to be dishonest".

"R Kelly's music sales and his streams have spiked substantially since the release of "Surviving R. Kelly" docuseries, and I'm having a really hard time understanding why", Jada Pinkett Smith asked. For decades, they have simultaneously been open about their lack of support. We've all been inspired by this man. "Therefore, we are moving away from implementing a policy around artist conduct".

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Content Warning: This article discusses sexual assault, and rape. What were we doing? Sparkle asked. "I thought that was a hoax".

Meanwhile, The Associated Press reports new accusations made against R. Kelly's manager. No other excuse could come to my mind other than the fact that I presumed it was just a women's issue and I should simply fall back. I certainly didn't know having to listen to a woman after woman talking about being denied food and movement. "I am guilty of that too myself because I didn't stop and speak against it". I got to thinking.

Joycelyn's father Timothy alleged that Russell had sent him text messages stating that "it would be best for him and his family if the documentary does not air". Especially when CDC data reports that more than four in ten Black women experience physical violence from an intimate partner during their lifetimes.

And there have been black women activists protesting since his trial in 2008, since his indictment in 2002, since my first story in December of 2000. Misogynoir, the term coined by Black queer feminist Moya Bailey, expresses how misogyny directed towards Black women is often more severe because the intersections of both their race and gender is being targeted.

At the top of the page was a post attempting to further undermine the women. She wants him to take a lie detector test and do it live on national television. It's time for all men to work towards resolving these disparities.

"Surviving R. Kelly" revived scrutiny of longstanding allegations against the R&B singer, who is originally from Chicago. We're told investigators were flooded with calls once the docuseries aired. I would think that for most viewers, Surviving R. Kelly will make it much harder to do so-to keep listening to his songs, if it wasn't already. Over that time, he professionalized his abuse operation, moving from casing girls outside his old high school to bringing them up on stage at his concerts and passing off his number to, essentially, keeping girls prisoner at his house.

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