R. Kelly Is ‘Infuriated and Heartbroken’ That People Remembered He Has Sex Slaves

R. Kelly is running a sex cult. We all know about it, and we’ve know about it for a long time. Also he peed in a girl’s mouth on video when she was allegedly 14 years old. He claims that wasn’t him, it was just someone who looks like him who also happens to have a Grammy.

Well, now that Bill Cosby was found guilty of rape, R. Kelly is seemingly worried his peeing on minors and sex slavery might come back to bite him and his celebrity won’t keep him out of jail anymore. In a statement to, which seems like a weird place to give a statement, all things considered, R. Kelly said:

‘I will say that I am infuriated, and I am heartbroken by the false claims against me. These accusations being perpetuated by the media is an attempt to distort my character and to destroy my legacy that I have worked so hard to build.

‘The women in my life are consenting adults and they with me on their free will. I am a God-fearing man, a son, a brother, and most importantly a father. The media has dissected and manipulated these false allegations to reach their own conclusions about me and what I do in my personal life.

‘My focus has always been music and being in the music industry. At this time, my faith and my love for music are the only things that has not been affected. “The devil is a liar. To whom much is given, from him much expected.”

NME reported that the #MuteRKelly campaign had lead to at least one of his concerts being cancelled, and Kelly gave this response.

“First of all, I want to apologise to all of my fans in Chicago, and basically all around the world wherever I’m performing at and they cancelled me”.

“I don’t know why they canceled the show. I never heard of a show being cancelled because of rumours, but I guess there’s a first time for everything. So I apologise to you guys and in the meantime, I’m going to try to get to the bottom line of it, you know, as far as my lawyers are concerned, and see exactly what happened and why I was cancelled.”

Kelly’s team also told Variety, and keep in mind this is in response to him being accused of keeping women of color as sex slaves, “Kelly’s music is a part of American and African-American culture that should never—and will never—be silenced. Since America was born, black men and women have been lynched for having sex or for being accused of it. We will vigorously resist this attempted public lynching of a black man who has made extraordinary contributions to our culture.”

I don’t even know what to say to that. It’s an interesting defense when a bunch black women call you a rapist to go “You just don’t like black people.”

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