Gayle King's interview with R Kelly's two girlfriends will shock you!
- Author: Kyle Peterson Mar 10, 2019,
Mar 10, 2019, 0:46
There were also tears during King's interview with two women whose families say they are being controlled by the singer. "This is not me!" he said tearfully looking at the camera. "I make mistakes, but I'm not a devil, and by no means am I a monster".
"I went to the National Domestic Violence Awareness Hotline, and there are 17 questions", Andrea Kelly said.
Joycelyn agreed, commenting, "Both our parents are basically out here trying to get money and scam, because they didn't agree on what happened, you know, with music or whatever it could be. Negativity sells, gossip is what sells, rumors are what sell", Clary said. "King laughed and recounted how after Dana Perino corrected Watters on-air, she got Perino's email address and wrote: "'Thank you for letting him know that we're two different people, and could you let the rest of your colleagues know that all black people do not look alike.
Kelly has suggested that the parents of both women handed them over to him - a charge the families have denied. "They said, 'I'll put all your naked pictures all over the world".
Savage backed up Clary's allegations.
Kelly's heated television interview Wednesday wasn't enough, the singer is now facing sexual abuse allegations in Detroit.
"People was connected to my account", Kelly said. I know 43-year-olds, bodies tight, they cool, I go out with them, I kick it with them. The parents of the women say that their daughters have been brainwashed.
Kelly was charged last month with 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse involving four women, including three who were under-age when the abuse is alleged to have occurred.
Kelly's court hearing for his sexual abuse case is set for March 22.
Embattled R&B star R. Kelly angrily blamed his ex-wife for "destroying" his name and claimed other people stole from his bank accounts during new portions of an interview that aired Thursday, a day after he was sent to jail for not paying child support.
Attorney Michael Avenatti, who is representing two women Kelly allegedly victimized, two parents, and two "whistleblowers" in the matter, appears to have officially endorsed the theory that Kelly was engaging in thinly veiled intimidation.
"Azriel and Joycelyn Savage have been manipulated and convinced by him to lie to protect him from serious criminal charges", the statement said.
Kelly was arrested just several hours after his interview with the reporter because he failed to pay child support.
After his February 22 arrest in Chicago, Kelly spent a weekend in jail before someone posted his $100,000 bail.