Kelly: Gayle King Reveals Singer Banned Her From Asking Questions About Aaliyah

Kelly: Gayle King Reveals Singer Banned Her From Asking Questions About Aaliyah

Kelly: Gayle King Reveals Singer Banned Her From Asking Questions About Aaliyah

"I want to be clear about this. How you think that makes me feel as a father?"

Colbert asked her what she was thinking in the now-viral moment when Kelly stood up and angrily gestured over her as she sat composed, an image she acknowledged looks a bit "menacing".

Appearing on "The Late Show" with host Stephen Colbert, CBS's Gayle King responded to remarks made by Fox News host Jesse Watters. During the interview, Kelly lashed out dramatically at his interviewer, Gayle King, screaming and pounding his fists, as she asked him pointed questions about the sexual abuse allegations he is now facing and those he has faced in the past.

The singer, 52, has denied all allegations of any wrongdoing and the women, Azriel Clary, 21, and Joycelyn Savage, 23, defended him during the interview.

King's full-hour interview with Kelly airs on CBS Friday, March 8 at 8 p.m. The case involves four women, three of whom were allegedly underage at the time. He's also always been rumored to have pressured women into sexual relationships, often women younger than 18 years of age, and to have started a sex cult (via NPR). He said, "I didn't go looking for a Joycelyn Savage". She still struggles with what her daughter says she experienced. "We both have our individual relationships with him, and we all are a family, all together", Clary told King. Savage denied that claim to King.

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On "The Late Show", King said when she was interviewing the two women, Kelly entered the room ― even though he wasn't supposed to be there, according to CBS. "I told you a million times I'm happy where I am, '" Jonjelyn Savage said.

Referring to Watters, she said: 'The guy just said like, "Robin Roberts, Gayle King". "Trust the process.' How can you tell another father to trust the process, but you rappin" and ravin' on TV that you wanna see your kids, but you won't allow me to see my own daughter?

He added: "He need to rot in jail". Watters did apologize on-air, saying, "Sorry for Robin Roberts out there, I apologize" and holding up a sign that read "I'm sorry Gayle + Robyn" later in the broadcast. "I'm not. I'm your child". He told King that his ex-wife has been "destroying my name", which is why he can't find work to pay the support.

Kelly cried during his interview with King, saying the allegations against him have made it hard to support and have a continued relationship with his three children.

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