Last night the final episode of Surviving R. Kelly aired. McGee, who discussed her claims against Kelly on Lifetime's Surviving R. Kelly, was one of the targets of the Kelly-created "Surviving Lies" Facebook page which has been removed by the social media site.
In reality, he has had a support system around him who helped him with his predation. We made a deal with the devil on the cheap-let us keep this song!-and had 16-year-old girls pay the exorbitant price.
Kelly documentary, has brought to light the singer's alleged sexual, mental and physical abuse that has gone unacknowledged for years - and now stars who have both worked with the disgraced singer and were fans of his work, have spoken out against him.
"No longer willing to silence my PAIN AND SUGARCOAT THE ABUSE I ENDURED because of how my abuser and his LEGAL TEAM were THREATENING to come against me if I 'didn't choose wisely.' NO MORE!" she continued. After a decade of stories and a court case he ultimately won, the most compelling issue is whether or not Black women are being protected.
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His honesty may be important in continuing this important talk, but the words have understandably hurt millions of women of the black community, who face oppression daily in America. "I would do anything to protect my child and to keep my child safe".
Those who understand R. Kelly is a serial predator, who is responsible for multiple statutory rape allegations, will be enraged after news his music sales have increased substantially. Some of his crimes have been extremely public, like his sexual relationship and marriage to his protégée Aaliyah when she was just 15, to say nothing of the video that showed him urinating in a 14-year-old girl's mouth and that was long metabolized into the culture as a punchline.
R. Kelly and his former landlord have a court date this morning (Monday, January 7).
In a recent interview, executive producer dream hampton said that more than 50 celebrities declined to be involved in Surviving R. Kelly, including Jay-Z, Mary J. Blige, Lil Kim, Erykah Badu and Lady Gaga. Maybe I didn't care because I didn't value the accusers' stories because they were black women. 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".