Alleged R. Kelly Victim's Parents Claim Manager Sent Threats Over Docuseries


It appears they also felt scared for their families.

The Tillets said 187 people gave donations that totaled almost $10,000 from January 3-7 - which coincided with the premiere of the series and subsequent re-airings.

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R Kelly is yet to return to social media since the Lifetime documentary aired earlier this year. Wood suggests people put blindfolds over their ears so they can "focus on what (Kelly) did and not get seduced by his music".

The conversation stems partly from a controversial statement Chance The Rapper made - and which was used in the documentary - in which he said he didn't care about the allegations at the time, because they were coming from black women. There is a sense that Kelly - who is reportedly a victim of molestation - is acting out as a result of his childhood trauma. "She hasn't talked since she did that, you know, since she testified at [the 2008] trial and lost her career, you know, a lot of these kids don't remember Sparkle." hampton points to 1998's "Be Careful", a career launchpad for Sparkle, as it featured R. Kelly. She reportedly reached out to the lawyer for the family of Joycelyn Savage, who feature prominently in the documentary. On Twitter, Chrissy said she was in "awe of the strength" as well as the courage of Kelly's supposed victims. "I felt like we had a connection, because I told him I was sexually abused when I was four, six, and eight years old". "To provide necessary context, she and I were in an ongoing consensual sexual relationship dating back to 2014 which even included other women".

Screenshots of the page were captured by the internet archive Wayback Machine show a Pinocchio cartoon as the main photo, as well as alleged text messages from Rodgers calling Kelly "daddy", which she has said he instructed her to do. Jocelyn, 23, has stated she freely chose to be with the R&B singer, but her family believes that she was brainwashed. "I don't think I was prepared for his sadism". "(We Are Ready)", plays at the close of the doc.

Other interviewees include John Legend, Chance the Rapper, Jovante Cunningham, Dominique Gardner, and Michelle Kramer. YOU'RE NOT ALONE. It took a lot of therapy and even more tears to know what I know TODAY! Last year, Spotify removed R. Kelly's music from their curated playlists as part of a reconsidered policy against music promoting hate or abuse. DeRogatis did not participate in "Surviving R. Kelly".