Rightfully so, the past few months have been a rocky, uphill battle for the R&B singer, R. Kelly. Starting due to the premiere of Lifetime’s Surviving R. Kelly documentary, the showing reopened a can of worms that the singer may have felt had been sealed for good.
Recently turning himself in to authorities over due to 10 new sexual abuse charges, some which are backed by new video evidence, the singer posted bond and decided to bare it all in a new interview.
Sitting down with CBS’s Gayle King, the showing sees R. Kelly denying any and all sexual abuse allegations, noting that these are all lies as he defended his character. Going as far as breaking down emotionally, R. Kelly’s display of emotion strife indicated in the interview that things are surely weighing down on him.
Covering plenty bases in the lengthy sit down, R. Kelly still has a lot to tackle in the coming future. Not all the way through with the television revelations, two women, Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary, spoke with Gayle King about living with R. Kelly and the relationship they have with their families. This part of the interview will air tomorrow, 3/7.
WATCH: @GayleKing spoke to Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary about living with R. Kelly and their estranged relationship with their families. It made them very emotional.
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