Kelly Resurfaces After Documentary

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The six-part series featured interviews with several women who claim they were subjects of abuse and predatory behavior from the R&B singer, while other interviewees claimed to have witnessed inappropriate behavior between him and his then-underaged protege, the late Aaliyah. "I believe these women and don't give a fuck about protecting a serial child rapist".

But the immediate response, it seems, wasn't all negative.

Jada Pinkett-Smith posted a video on Instagram, discussing the docu-series and why streams for Kelly's music increased after it aired.

R. Kelly has reportedly claimed that he doesn't know numerous women interviewed for a shocking documentary about his past, which finished airing on Lifetime over the weekend. "I just want to understand what I'm missing". "I don't think I was prepared for his sadism".

Let us know where you stand in this debacle. I like to imagine that the people listening were trying to do what I was trying to do, when I couldn't get "Ignition (Remix)" out of my head: fusing the song to the horror stories I had just heard.

Later on, Chrissy took to her Twitter account again to praise her husband and his eloquence on screen.

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The big question everyone keeps asking is why.

Because whenever you call out a black man for his physical, emotional or sexual abuse of a woman, some black people quickly turn the conversation to how a white man has been treated under similar circumstances.

While calling into Hunter's show, dream also spoke about the legal challenges surrounding Surviving R. Kelly. The episode included an interview with Chance the Rapper, where he said that he regretted ever collaborating with R. Kelly, as Rolling Stone points out.

Listen to the audio above for more. "It's like people wanting to watch auto wrecks, or other disgusting scenes - a fascination with the morbid". "It's creepy, but thrilling".

Posting a four-paragraph letter to Twitter (Jan. 6), the "Hot Sh*t" artist denied allegations against him. R. Kelly previously faced 14 counts of child pornography in a 2008 case and was acquitted on all counts. 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.