Chance The Rapper Slandered For Not Believing Black Women Comment, Twitter Debates

Chance The Rapper Slandered For Not Believing Black Women Comment, Twitter Debates

Chance The Rapper Slandered For Not Believing Black Women Comment, Twitter Debates

For years R&B singer Robert Kelly, who performs as R. Kelly, has faced accusations of sexual misconduct and abuse.

Erykah Badu, Questlove, Mary J. Blige, Lil' Kim, and Celine Dion also refused to appear in Surviving R. Kelly, according to the producer.

An interview clip of Chance, real name Chancelor Jonathan Bennett, saying it was a "mistake" to work with the Kelly was played in Saturday's final episode of US network Lifetime's three-part Surviving R. Kelly programme.

In the documentary, which aired last week, several people provide compelling testimony that suggests the singer not only sexually assaulted young women and girls, but abused them for decades.

Bun B held no punches on his take of the R. Kelly situation after the documentary series "Surviving R. Kelly" released.

Writer Christina Coleman tweeted, "Black women have been telling us for years about #RKelly's abuse".

Overall, Saltz says people "aren't thinking" when they're downloading his music right now, given that it's ultimately just giving him more money.

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. Usually, n--as that get in trouble for s-t like this on their magnitude of celebrity, it's light-skinned women or white women. "I've never really seen any pictures of R. Kelly's accusers". "He is the subject of a doc that allows his survivors to be heard...finally". "To provide necessary context, she and I were in an ongoing consensual sexual relationship dating back to 2014 which even included other women".

"Surviving R. Kelly" premiered Thursday despite threats of legal action from Kelly's lawyer Brian Nix. The allegations are subject to criminal prosecution in several USA states including IL, where R. Kelly lived as a resident of Chicago.

The "I Believe I Can Fly" singer has, however, continuously denied the allegations against him.

The series also included interviews with Kelly's ex-wife Andrea Kelly and ex-girlfriend Kitti Jones, as well as brothers Carey and Bruce Kelly. I believe these women and don't give a fuck about protecting a serial child rapist.

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