Chance The Rapper Slandered For Not Believing Black Women Comment, Twitter Debates

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It also goes on to list McGee's previous arrests and claims that she is conspiring with Joycelyn Savage's father to extort R. Kelly.

Those girls, now women, are the focus of Surviving R. Kelly, an extremely effective piece of entertainment journalism-though it may be more accurate to think of it as an extremely effective piece of activist entertainment journalism.

Chrissy Teigen blasted R. Kelly on Twitter after watching Lifetime's six-part docuseries, Surviving R. Kelly, which exposed the singer's alleged abuse of young women and girls.

ET Canada has reached out to the Fulton Country District Attorney's Office for comment, though TMZ reports that the DA's office is not commenting.

Featuring interviews with his accusers and other people who have worked with him, the documentary has been a major success for the Lifetime network, breaking viewership records in the process.

Meanwhile, Facebook removed a page on Monday dedicated to discrediting R. Kelly's accusers titled "Surviving Lies". The Facebook page links to a Youtube video that Kelly and/or someone in his team allegedly put out to contradict her story.

Stories and allegations of sexual assault have followed R. Kelly for many years, though he has continually denied all the claims against him. Bruce Kelly, R. Kelly's older brother, attempted to defend his sibling's alleged pedophilia as simply being "a preference", and later expressed joy when he was acquitted on child pornograpy charges back in 2002.

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The heat continues to rise for R. Kelly.

U.S. investigators are in contact with a woman who claims she escaped R Kelly's home, and several others who claim to have either suffered at the singer's hands or to have witnessed abuse by the singer.

Hell was let loose when Lifetime aired its docuseries on singer, R. Kelly with the docuseries having many of his alleged sex slaves coming forward to speak on their experiences. Kelly denied the existence of a cult.

AFH TV's Video Music Box library includes video of 15-year-old Aaliyah addressing her relationship with R. Kelly.

"The truth is I don't like the parents", Master P said.

According to the New York Times, "The series, Surviving R Kelly, includes testimony from several women who accuse the singer of abuse, as well as commentary from Mr Kelly's critics, including the founder of the #MeToo movement, Tarana Burke, and the singer John Legend".

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