R. Kelly SPILLS on his sexual assault allegations 

R(APE). KELLY SPILLS…

Despite the countless alleged sex crimes riddling his track record, R.Kelly, has continued enjoying an illustrious career in the music industry while simultaneously dodging jail time since the early 1990s. 

 
The world first collectively raised drawn-on eyebrows at Kelly when he married late R&B singer, Aaliyah when she was only 15, back in 1994. 
Two years later, the “12 Play” crooner would be sued by a woman who claimed to have began a sexual relationship with him when she was 15, as well. 

 R. Kelly sexual assault allegations  

In 2001, R. Kelly was SLAPPED with a similar lawsuit by another young woman which preceded his being indicted on 21 counts of making child pornography after police came into possession of a video depicting a man resembling him having sex with a young woman, the following year. 

 
WE’VE ALL SEEN THE PEE PEE VIDEO BY NOW…

 
Also in 2002, another woman sued the R&B King for allegedly impregnating her while she was underage and having one of his associates take her to get an abortion. 

 
THE LIST OF LAWSUITS, SETTLEMENT, AND NON-DISCLOSURE AGREEMENTS GO ON AND ON…

 
SO NOW…

In a recent feature in the New York Magazine, the now 48-year-old “Marry the P***y,” singer defensively dodged questions about his sexual assault allegations with underage girls… 

 
After claiming that the accusations made against him were not true, Kelly strategically danced around the topic so as not to get himself in anymore trouble..

PEEP THE EXCERPT BELOW: 

 
Do you have a sexual attraction to underage girls? I ask.

 
“That’s a rumor that comes from the Earth, like all rumors,” he says, sounding almost bored.

So it’s not true?

 
“No. It’s not true. I love women, period. If I wasn’t a celebrity, people wouldn’t be saying these things about me.” 

 
How do you explain people close to you saying that you have a problem?
“I don’t know those people you’re talking about.”

 
I clarify: his brother, his ex-publicist, his former friend and longtime personal assistant.

 
“All those people have been fired by me. If you’re going to ask me these questions, you have to make sense out of it. It wasn’t until after they got fired that they said these things. Go figure. I got one life, and I don’t want to spend it talking about negativity. I’ve moved on. Maybe you haven’t.”

 
Do you have a sexual compulsion or problem that you need help with?

 
“I only have a problem with haters. Other than that, I’m doing well. I feel better than ever with my album The Buffet.”

 
In your career, you’ve often sung about forgiveness. What do you need to be forgiven for?

 
“I go to church. I ask for forgiveness. Don’t make a big deal out of R. Kelly saying it in a song. I believe in God. I fear God. I don’t want to go to hell.”

 
Do you think you might?

 
“Young fella,” he says, “absolutely.”

WELL ALRIGHTY THEN…

 
R. Kelly’s article will in the November 16, 2015 issue of New York Magazine. 

WHY DO YOU OR DON’T YOU BELIEVE HIM WHEN HE SAYS ALL THE ALLEGATIONS MADE AGAINST HIM ARE UNTRUE? 
THOUGHTS? 

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