Chance the Rapper says he regrets working with R. Kelly

Chance the Rapper says he regrets working with R. Kelly

Chance the Rapper says he regrets working with R. Kelly

According to a report from The Blast, Spotify sales of Kelly's music increased 16 percent after the first episode aired - and continue to climb.

Kelly has not directly addressed the allegations raised by the documentary. "I made a mistake".

Both Kelly and the woman denied that the video was of them, and Kelly was never charged with assault.

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.

None of R. Kelly's kids have seen Lifetime's Surviving R. Kelly, and that's probably a good thing.

"For all I know, she wanted to just live a normal life", she said. "Here's this person who I was great friends with, who's a great person, and all this is happening to her now".

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Only John Legend and Stephanie "Sparkle" Edwards were featured, with Legend writing on Twitter that he believes Kelly's accusers and doesn't "give a f-k about protecting a serial child rapist". Shut up. It has taken 20 YEARS to get the mainstream media to shine a light on his depravity. "We encourage anyone with information to come forward and contact our Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Division at 773-674-6492".

Viewers also responded on social media, expressing outrage over the stories and concern about the complicity of witnesses. Originally part of an interview for Cassius, the full quote reads: "We're programmed to really be hypersensitive to Black male oppression, but Black women are exponentially [a] higher oppressed and violated group of people just in comparison to the whole world", explained Chance. It's 2019. And even with this thoroughly reported docu, folks still pledge their allegiance and coins to RK.

"I remember looking down", she confessed, describing how she had one foot on the ledge and other in the air.

Although Kelly has been accused of sexual misconduct allegations since 1994, when he allegedly married R&B singer Aaliyah when she was 15 and he was 27, Master P doesn't seem to care whether Kelly is guilty of abusing underage black girls.

According to Billboard, Kelly's legal representatives have threatened Lifetime with a lawsuit suggesting that the documentary defames Kelly.

"Lifetime has always been a brand that champions women's stories", a public relations representative said in a statement Thursday.

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