Chance the Rapper: Making a song with R. Kelly was mistake


I was a HUGEEEEE R Kelly fan, came from a broken home, had daddy issues, and wondered. how did these girls get chosen?

In a now-deleted tweeted, Questlove said "I always thought Kels was trash".

After being accused of rape allegations of his former girlfriend, rapper Towkio has commented on claims of sexual harassment while encouraging the opportunity for open dialogue between the two involved parties.

Also, R. Kelly claims that all the people in Surviving R. Kelly have a personal "vendetta" against him.

John Legend was the biggest name who agreed to speak on camera, making him a hero to Hampton, along with the courageous women who came forward to talk about their alleged experiences with Kelly. However, Chance clapped back on Saturday night saying the quote was taken out context because it didn't take into account everything he had said before that in the interview.

Writer Christina Coleman tweeted, "Black women have been telling us for years about #RKelly's abuse". "But black women are exponentially (a) higher oppressed and violated group of people just in comparison to the whole world".

Let us know where you stand in this debacle. "It's nearly like God was able to let me see in the future".

The docuseries also includes interviews with activist and #MeToo founder Tarana Burke, musician John Legend, talk-show host Wendy Williams and Kelly's ex-wife Andrea Kelly. I believe these women and don't give a f*** about protecting a serial child rapist.

"There is NO excuse", singer Ne-Yo posted.

Jada Pinkett Smith: Do black girls matter enough?

"So I got an article this morning about how R. Kelly's music sales and his streams have spiked substantially since the release of Surviving R. Kelly docuseries", the actress said. "I just want to understand what I'm missing". "Or is that the reason?"

In the documentary, women portray R. Kelly as manipulative, violent, and focused on young girls, allegedly demanding they call him "daddy". "It's a bad burden to have to endure".

"I think it's more likely that people are fascinated with the disgusting story of R. Kelly, powerful person with seemingly everything doing bad sexual things and victimizing those without power, a sadistic and masochistic fascination and voyeurism that draws people to listen to his music to be involved further in observing the story", she tells Yahoo Lifestyle.