Kelly Addresses Sex Cult & More on 19 Minute Song ‘I Admit’

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"I admit I f**k with all the ladies, that's both older and young ladies", he adds, "but tell me how they call it pedophile because that s**t is insane / You may have your opinions. entitled to your opinions / But really am I supposed to go to jail or lose my career because of your opinion". "Ain't seen my kids in years, they tryna lock me up like Bill/.Now here comes this big a- conspiracy".

Later on in the track, Kelly addresses the claim that he has multiple girlfriends, and is keeping them in a "sex cult" in Atlanta against their will. "You may have your opinions, entitled to your opinions", he sings.

The controversial star has released a new song in which he addresses the allegations.

R. Kelly also calls out journalist Jim DeRogatis, who has written extensively for The Chicago Sun-Times and Buzzfeed about the singer's sexual abuse claims. He was eventually acquitted of all charges.

"She said 'What about Aaliyah said?'/ Love/ She said 'What about the tape?'/ I said hush/ I said my lawyer said 'don't say nothin"/ But I can tell you I've been set up", he said.

In May, Washington Post reporter Geoff Edgers detailed how the music industry turned a blind eye to Kelly's behavior for decades.

In a statement to ABC News, R. Kelly's attorney, Linda Mensch, denied the cult allegations.

These claims resurfaced in a BBC Three documentary which featured numerous fresh allegations from Kelly's former girlfriends. The revelations have also inspired an effort to boycott Kelly's concerts and get him pulled from radio play.

R Kelly addresses sexual misconduct allegations on new 19-minute song “I Admit It”

R. Kelly has been under the scanner for several years, most specifically for sleeping with under aged women and the recent sex cult accusations.

In the same verse, Kelly also references DeRogatis, saying "you been trying to destroy me for 25 whole years". All this work to be successful, when you abandon me cause of what you heard'.

"Anything at all you say when you're in the midst of a criminal investigation can be interpreted in many different ways", she says. She also alleged that he was priming her to be a part of his said sex cult. Kelly sings, "Why would they want to tear down another brother?".

He asks women to "show black men some love, 'cause black men we go through enough" and says he needs the support of his neighborhood more than ever.

The new track begins with the lyrics: "I admit I have made some mistakes".

Said I'm abusing these women, what the fuck that's some absurd shit They're brainwashed, really?

R. Kelly also admitted to meeting TV personality, Wendy Williams who nearly lost sponsors on her show, for asking R. Kelly to be a guest on her show.

'Don't push your daughter in my face, and tell me that it's okay/'Cause your agenda is to get paid, and get mad when it don't go your way'.

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