R&B star R. Kelly has blamed the ladies of being falsifier for accusing him, after being a subject to accusation of 10 tallies of disturbing criminal sexual maltreatment a month ago. He spoke with great distress in a talk with Gayle King on “CBS This Morning,” screeching and crying as he decisively kept up his virtue and pleaded that his indicters were lying.
The most vivid moment of the released footage takes place after King asks R. Kelly whether or not he had ever held someone without them wanting to, apparently referencing imputations that Kelly held women detained.
R. Kelly outbursts that doing something like that would be “stupid.”
“That’s stupid! Use your common sense,” he says, looking fixedly into the camera. He claims that it wouldn’t have made sense for him to do something like that.
R. Kelly’s Furious Reaction:
R. Kelly grew furious and annulled infringing upon any charges with regards to his conduct towards females, speaking of accusations that he had sex with immature women and held them enslaved. He said the “influence of social media” has constrained the multiple women to share scandalous allegory accusing him of being dominating and offensive.
He further added that “You can start a rumor on a guy like me or a celebrity, just like that,” Kelly told CBS News. “All you have to do is push a button on your phone and say, ‘So and so did this to me, R. Kelly did this to me,’ and if you get any traction from that, if you’re able to write a book from that, if you’re able to get a reality show, then any girl that I had a relationship (with) in the past that it just didn’t work out can come and say the same thing.”
Child Pornography Allegations:
In February, Kelly was accused on 10 counts of serious criminal sexual abuse. Prosecutors alleged that he sexually abused four victims, at least three of whom were adolescent, with the charges coming from 1998 to 2010. The singer, who was acquitted in 2008 on charges of child pornography.
He said criticizing the broadcast of “Surviving R. Kelly” that brought together many of his criticizers. “If you really look at that documentary, which I’m sure you have everybody says something bad about me. Nobody said nothing good. They were describing Lucifer. I’m not Lucifer. I’m a man. I make mistakes, but I’m not a devil, and by no means am I a monster.”
R. Kelly Girlfriends:
Later, CBS News announced it will show King’s discussion with Kelly and an additional one of the two women who live with him, 23-year-old Joycelyn Savage and 21-year-old Azriel Clary. King interrogated Kelly about Clary and Savage, the women who are presently living with Kelly, the parents of both the ladies have publicly demanded are being restrained against their will. Kelly said that Clary and Savage’s parents “sold” their daughters to him and that they were insidious when they conveyed their little girls to his shows, where he initially met the two ladies.
“What kind of father, what kind of mother, would sell their daughter to a man?” he said. “How come it was OK for me to see them until they weren’t getting no money from me? If I was going to take my 19-year-old daughter to (the concert of) a 49-year-old icon, celebrity, whatever, I’m not going to put her on the stage and leave her, Their fathers know more about my music than they do.”
R. Kelly also told that Clary’s parents “wanted” him to have sex with her when she was underage, at their initial meeting when she was 17. He added that “They’re my girlfriends; we have a relationship; it’s real. I know guys who have five or six women, so don’t go there,” Kelly told King of Clary and Savage, previously addressing allegations that he targets younger or underage women. “I don’t look (for women) ‘much younger than me,’ I just look at legal. There are older men that like younger women, there are younger women who like older men. I’m an older man who likes all women.”
R. Kelly Girlfriend’s Response:
King also questioned Savage and Clary about hanging around with Kelly in another emotional interview. Crying profusely , Clary said that she was crying “because you guys don’t know the truth.” She added “You guys believe in some fucking facade that our parents are saying.” “This is all fucking lies for money. If you can’t see that you’re ignorant and you’re stupid.
Savage also opposed the claims that she was being held against her personal choice in an interview with TMZ in 2017. She told, “I’ve never felt like a hostage or anything like that in that nature”.
Kelly demanded he has done no false deeds and said number of the ladies’ folks have threatened him that they will destroy his vocation.
“I have been assassinated,” Kelly said. “I have been buried alive, but I’m alive.”
At one point during the interview, he became hysterical, saying, “I didn’t do this stuff! I’m fighting for my life! Y’all killing me with this s**t!”
“This is not about music,” Kelly protested after jumping up from his seat. “I’m trying to have a relationship with my kids and I can’t do it. Y’all just don’t want to believe the truth!” He said he had no reason to hold women against their will. Kelly insisted on being unguilty of all these accusations.
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