Women in R. Kelly Docuseries Praise Lady Gaga For Apology

Williams, who had skipped school that day, said she was then given $1,000 and sent on her way.

"And if anything the message of this song remains that although you may have had my body, you will never have my heart, my voice my life or my mind", she added.

Her removal of a duet with Kelly from streaming services marks another professional hit for him, after the streaming service Spotify removed his songs from auto-generated playlists past year. "I thought we had forgot about that..."

An arrest warrant has been issued over the summer for R. Kelly's former manager, James Mason, after Mason was accused of threatening to kill the father of Joycelyn Savage, one of the women featured in "Surviving R. Kelly".

"I am sorry, both for my poor judgement when I was young, and not for speaking out sooner".

"I definitely believe he will face the music". In a screen grabbed note posted on Instagram Stories and Twitter, she acknowledged the "suffering and pain" experienced by R Kelly's alleged victims.

Dream Hampton, showrunner of Surviving R. Kelly, publicly called out Lady Gaga for refusing to appear on the documentary, saying: "I wanted to know how Lady Gaga could be on "SNL" with him as someone who advocates for domestic abuse survivors".

"I think it's clear how explicitly twisted my thinking was at the time", wrote Gaga, noting that she would not be working with Kelly again. "And I didn't really wanna know what he did to the extent that I might feel the need ... to deal with it".

The rapper, whose real name is Robert Sylvester Kelly, has denied sexual assault allegations against him. The singer has been vocal in the past about her experiences with sexual assault.

"I hear an internal knock, meaning somebody was on the bus the whole time.she comes through [the door] butt-naked and he says 'b****, get on your knees'".

Although Kelly's birthday was actually Tuesday (Wednesday AEDT), the man tells the cheering crowd that it's his birthday and "I don't give a f-k what's going on tonight".

The singer stands with all sexual assault victims who have been tainted by R.Kelly and vowed to do so in a statement.

Though it was titled "I Admit", the marathon song was nonetheless heavier on denials than acknowledgement as the star vented frustration over the stream of allegations against him.

However, the state's attorney's office has said it has received calls about R. Kelly since Foxx's request, and is following up on those calls.

  • Kyle Peterson