R. Kelly Under Criminal Investigation in Georgia

R. Kelly Under Criminal Investigation in Georgia

The Blast claims the Fulton County District Attorney's office is actively looking into allegations made against the "Ignition" singer, 52, and a mansion he previously owned in Johns Creek, Ga.

Chicago reporter Jim DeRogatis made a report in July of 2017 in which he asserts that Kelly keeps his victims captive in Chicago and Atlanta, and two victims (Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary) remain in his captivity.

However, it seems that Kelly'team have their crosshairs aimed at Asante McGee who was one of the women that appeared on the docu-series and claimed to be one of his sex slaves.

The D.A.is reportedly not commenting.

It's on all of us to stand up against sexual assault. The idea of comparing black women like my mother, who risked her life to bring me into this world, or my fiancée, whom I couldn't even begin to imagine a life without, is beyond insane; psychotic even.

Police in Georgia is beginning to investigate R. Kelly (finally) after Lifetime aired the docuseries, Surviving R. Kelly. "I apologise to all of his survivors for working with him and for taking this long to speak out".

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Chance published the full segment of the interview from which his quote was used, saying in it, "We're programmed to be hyper-sensitive to black male oppression".

I mean, I have seen the scars on women's wrists where they attempted to kill themselves after relationships with R. Kelly, a man who is selling 100 million records, a man who is recording with Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber.

"I remember, after having [the baby], that's when the day happened", Andrea said of the moment that led her to pack up and leave R. Kelly. Meaning, the system doesn't have a value for black women the way they do white women or other nationalities, " the 46-year-old rapper, born Lonnie Corant Jaman Shuka Rashid Lynn, explained to TMZ Tuesday. "I'm like, 'Okay, he runs a tight ship.' Never looked at it as controlling".

Unfortunately for R. Kelly, some of the new revelations in the documentary could land the singer behind bars. "Her family didn't talk to her for 10 years after she testified at that trial, members in her family". Even if I'm missing something that I don't necessarily agree with.

R. Kelly's music on Spotify is spiking, according to The Blast, and Jada Pinkett Smith is "having a really hard time understanding why". It will call for us to financially contribute to nonprofits and institutions, such as Burke's #MeToo movement, that are more equipped to help women survivors in ways that are outside of our scope.

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