Sources Say R Kelly Wants to Sue Everyone Involved in Lifetime Docuseries

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Meanwhile, according to Rolling Stone magazine R. Kelly's music has now been banned from two Dallas radio stations - K104 and KRNB - following the airing of the Lifetime series.

"We're programmed to really be hypersensitive to black male oppression". There is a sense that Kelly - who is reportedly a victim of molestation - is acting out as a result of his childhood trauma. Kelly's former home is featured in the six-part Lifetime docuseries highlighting his alleged sexual misconduct with young girls. Following its broadcast, the rapper took to Twitter to claim the quote was taken out of context, but he regrets making the 2015 track Somewhere In Paradise with the 51-year-old R&B star and wanted to apologise to survivors for ignoring past accusations.

However, the singer has denied any allegations of sexual and physical abuse made against him. She also says that the song about an abused and heartbroken woman is troubling in retrospect, given that R. Kelly wrote them.

The conversation stems partly from a controversial statement Chance The Rapper made - and which was used in the documentary - in which he said he didn't care about the allegations at the time, because they were coming from black women.

"Hold up lady gaga had that whole performance about sexual assault survivors but she couldn't interview for the r Kelly docuseries??" "We've invested so much of ourselves into this man that it's hard for us to let go".

R. Kelly has never acted alone; he's had a host of friends and employees that not only have allegedly stood by while he victimized women and girls but in some cases have also aided him, which makes them responsible too. "You produced the video of Joycelyn Savage where she's being off camera directed by his team, you produced clips showing her shopping as evidence she was 'free.' Who do you work for?" tweeted Hampton on Monday.

Kelly has continued to deny all allegations against him, and he is not now charged with any crimes. I wish I could be as eloquent as John but - fuck R Kelly.

ET Live recently spoke to high-profile attorney Gloria Allred, who talked about what legal action may follow Surviving R. Kelly.

"Her family is encouraged by the investigation, but they will be happy once they get to see their daughter", Griggs said.

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