Surviving R. Kelly: Authorities in Georgia launch criminal probe into singer’s allegations

Surviving R. Kelly: Authorities in Georgia launch criminal probe into singer’s allegations

Surviving R. Kelly: Authorities in Georgia launch criminal probe into singer’s allegations

R&B legend Ne-Yo has posted his support for the series, saying that music can not matter more than the lives of young black women. All the kids at my middle school bumped him. "The breaking point for me was when Rob slapped me, and he choked me until I blacked out", she concluded. "I would say that Sparkle was a really big get, she's not someone who's spoken".

Jeeps and bank accounts are property - something that someone owns - and knowing the history of this country, no black person in their right mind should be OK with being called property, nor identifying another person as such.

Namely, it examines the wider public's reluctance to believe or care when young black women are abused or hurt, and the cognitive dissonance we as listeners use when dancing to the likes of 'Ignition (Remix)'.

Some were a bit confused by Master P's comments seeing as how the Lifetime docu-series Surviving R. Kelly paints the singer as a sexual predator at the minimum and a possible rapist at the maximum. He went on to add, "I apologize to all of his survivors for working with him and for taking this long to speak out".

Common said, "He would have been attacked by the system in a different way, meaning the system doesn't have a value for Black women the way they do.you know white women or just other nationalities". R.Kelly's music. Or Michael Jackson's music. Considering the allegations go back decades, it's insane to wonder why it took so long for this most recent development to happen but alas, R. Kelly is reportedly under criminal investigation in the state of Georgia.


Monday afternoon, a Facebook page with the same name was launched and quickly removed by the social media company. The best way to gut a predator or to put a stop to unchecked narcissistic behavior is to snatch away their money, because without it they can't function. "More people are downloading R. Kelly's music now because of the curiosity that this publicity has generated", he says. "I had papers forged for them. I'm like, 'Okay, he runs a tight ship.' Never looked at it as controlling".

"Aaliyah looked anxious, scared", Smith continued. I didn't have anyone to talk to. "[Sparkle] gave it all up and she gave up her family".

If that isn't our #MeTooMovement moment, I don't know what is.

The documentary is massively upsetting to watch, with woman after woman telling stories with paralleling patterns of his behaviour. I think it's time he feels some pressure.

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".

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