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8 Jan 2019
The drama of allegations is getting intense as there continues to be a back and forth between embattled singer, R. Kelly and his accusers who allege that he made them sex slaves. In a new report, it has been learnt that Kelly is reportedly set to tell his side of the story via a new…
8 Jan 2019
Hell was let loose when Lifetime aired its docuseries on singer, R. Kelly with the docuseries having many of his alleged sex slaves coming forward to speak on their experiences. Now, one of Kelly's alleged victims, Asante McGee victims is putting out a challenge to the singer to test if he is, in fact, telling the…

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