Jada Pinkett reacts to increased sales of R Kelly’s songs

Tanya Cunningham
January 8, 2019

John Legend, who also appeared on Surviving R. Kelly, has since offered a scathing tweet explaining his choice to participate.

The Lifetime Network debuted its six hour documentary series "Surviving R. Kelly". However, in an interview that features in "Surviving R. Kelly", Chance said that in hindsight he regretted working with Kelly.

"The Cook County State's Attorney's Office has not been provided with information from law enforcement regarding any alleged victims of sexual assault involving entertainer R. Kelly".

Meek Mill also tweeted a response to the series on Saturday, writing, "I'm not feeling R after watching that.it's so much filthy s**t going on in this industry nobody will ever really speak on the wild s**t because majority could have docs like this or even worst done about them!"

"We're programmed to really be hypersensitive to Black male oppression". It's just prevalent in all media.

She completed her tweet session by paying tribute to the women who came forward for the documentary, adding: "I feel DEEPLY for these COURAGEOUS QUEENS who come forward and in some cases risk their lives 2share their story & let others know they're not alone!" Usually, niggas that get in trouble for shit like this on their magnitude of celebrity, it's light-skinned women or white women. "I've never really seen any pictures of R. Kelly's accusers".


He then admitted that collaborating with Kelly was a mistake, and he was relieved that the singer's accusers were finally being heard.

I'm not feeling R after watching that ....it's so much filthy shit going on in this industry nobody will ever really speak on the wild shit because majority could have docs like this or even worst done about them!

R. Kelly is pissed - and, well, that's understandable. Known especially for his hit "I believe I can fly", the 51-year-old singer and producer was charged in 2002 with filming sex acts between him and a 14-year-old girl, but was ultimately acquitted in 2008.

Following his appearance, Legend took to Twitter to say, "I believe these women and don't give a f**k about protecting a serial child rapist".

Andrea Lee Kelly, the former wife of popular RnB singer, R.Kelly, has revealed that the embattled singer is free to reach out to their kids, if he wants.

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