All this talk about prison time. He should not even make it to prison. Or the end of the week...
And FUCK Steve Harvey! I stopped listening to his show when it aired in LA because he went on a rant defending Kelly because the 14-year-old was one of those fast tailed girls who wanted to be with Kelly. That shit is archived somewhere.
What about the grown woman who said she would have sex with the minor even after she found out how old she was? That was weird. Seems like she should be held accountable as well?
Celine Dion: “Oh Robert, you can count on my support. It makes no difference who you are, I am your angel! So what if you’re a pedophile and abuser - I met my darling Renee when I was 12 and he was almost 40, nothing at all creepy about that, cheri!”
I teared up a bunch of times when the survivors talked about what he’d done to them - getting choked, slapped, starved, having to piss and shit in buckets, the sexual abuse/domination ... The one who said she was in the hospital for two weeks with mono and almost died and he was nowhere around but sent her mother a…
I wanted to throw up, cry, jump through the screen, choke the useless cops, scold those around him who did NOTHING, hug the girls, tell them they are loved, worthy, strong, beautiful. This docu-series is life changing. R. Kelly needs to be in prison. Period. God be with the survivors, their families. Bless them.
Watching all 6 episodes of the documentary today made me feel sick in a way that no other documentary has. I’m furious at all of the monsters who had enabled and continue to enable this psychopath.
R. Kelly is GUILTY. He raped minors...who could not consent.
That was my thought. Towards the end, there are two families that are still trying to get their daughters freed. I hope that studio is surrounded by people today and every day until they are released and treated.
Holy Shit. This woman is an actual, literal emotional vampire.
Modern day slavery. I bet he cared for her about as much as the colonizers cared for their slaves.
I usually go for the reform route for all criminals but in this case fuck them. Put them in a North Korea style camp where they are chained up in a way so they cant sleep. put them in a cell where they cant lie down but also cant stand upright. People like this cant be reformed they need to be isolated from society…
It doesn’t announce what you think it does unless you have an issue within yourself you need to resolve.
Do you think that this is possibly an unfair burden on celebrities to be an ambassador of their race? Personally, I see both sides of this argument, but I just want to pick your brain a little.
Do you feel the same way about Serena Williams and all interracial relationships in general?
You go Eve! I’ve loved her from jump and am inspired by her hard work and dedication to being her best self. I don’t watch daytime talk shows, but I will check for that album.
Fuck out of here with your bigoted nonsense!
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