Published: Wed, January 09, 2019
Life&Culture | By Mildred Hamilton

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

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

"I apologize to all of his survivors for working with him and for taking this long to speak out".

Kelly's lawyer said the documentary is filled with false allegations, and has suggested the subjects are defaming his client for personal gain, according to Billboard.

Lady Gaga is now being sufficiently ROASTED for declining to appear in the documentary, despite having collaborated with him back in 2013 on the (ironic) track Do What U Want. "She hasn't talked since she did that, you know, since she testified at [the 2008] trial and lost her career, you know, a lot of these kids don't remember Sparkle." hampton points to 1998's "Be Careful", a career launchpad for Sparkle, as it featured R. Kelly.

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Gaga's silence at the height of the Time's Up movement has many questioning support of Black women given her vocal support of Ke$ha and Christine Blasey Ford during the Brett Kavanough confirmation hearings.

Today, Monday, January 7th, Chrissy Teigen gave her opinion on the recent allegations against R. Kelly stemming from the Lifetime series titled, Surviving R. Kelly. "An abuser??" said another Twitter user.

The accusations that have plagued his career came to light in the documentary which aired on Lifetime on Thursday night titled Surviving R. Kelly. The promoters and bookers who continue bring Kelly out to perform should be held accountable as well.

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"We're programmed to really be hypersensitive to black male oppression", he told Lemieux. "Ms. Kelly has never denied Mr. Kelly from seeing their children, he has chosen to not be around", the statement read. "Maybe I didn't care because I didn't value the accusers' stories... because they were black women".

I mean, I have seen the scars on women's wrists where they attempted to kill themselves after relationships with R. Kelly, a man who is selling 100 million records, a man who is recording with Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber.

John Legend was also in the show, which has prompted many to praise him to shirking the "boys club" mentality that exists in a number of industries.

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Smith giggled while telling the story as if he showed little or no remorse. "I was mentally drained, because he would break me down, then build me up, then make me feel like sh*t again, then do it all over again".

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