Singers Chime in On "Surviving R. Kelly" Documentary

R. Kelly is damaged. That's my opinion after watching the Lifetime 6-part documentary, Surviving R. Kelly. We've all heard about the singer being married to the late Aaliyah when she was underaged and some people may have seen the sex tape with R. Kelly and and underaged girl, which got him in court, but was never given any jail time because the young girl in the video said it wasn't her. Over the years, we've heard rumors and even jokes about the singer liking young girls, however, some of those girls finally spoke out. Not only did R. Kelly have a thing for underaged girl, according to the women on the documentary, the singer also had a control issue, by locking them up, abusing them, mentally and some physically. Look, to put things straight up, dude is a predator and is sick. R. Kelly was the trending topic over the weekend and other singers even chimed in on how they felt after watching the show. Omarion, who is about to go on tour even mentioned that R. Kelly wrote songs for B2K, but he said after the tour, he will retired all of R. Kelly written songs from his set. Tank even went in on R. Kelly as well. Even Chance the Rapper was featured in a quick clip after having worked on a song with R. Kelly and Chance said, "I made a mistake and I’m happy that those women are getting voices now and I can grow to understand better what my positioning should be or should’ve been when that opportunity came.”

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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