R. Kelly Breaks His Silence On Sex Abuse Allegations, Claims That “It’s All Lies” [WATCH]

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In today’s morning CBS aired a portion of R. Kelly’s first interview since his February arrest on Wednesday morning (March 6). As his interviewer asked him the most commonly question that everyone else may ask themselves, Kelly denied all sexual abuse allegations and insisted it’s nothing more than a social media smear campaign against him. The American R&B star also said all of the women accusing him of physical and sexual abuse are “lying.”

R. Kelly claims that everything about him on the documentary series is a lie: “Everybody says something bad about me,” Kelly said, referring to the documentary. “Nobody said nothing good. They was describing Lucifer. I’m not Lucifer. I’m a man. I make mistakes, but I’m not a devil. And by no means am I a monster.”

He added, “You can start a rumor on a guy like me or a celebrity just like that. All you have to do is push a button on your phone and say: ‘So and so did this to me. R. Kelly did this to me.’”

But despite his denial of these 10 Sex Abuse Allegations, R. Kelly did offer an apology on the interview.

“[I’ve done] Lots of things wrong when it come to women, that I apologize. But I apologized in those relationships at the time I was in the relationships.”

Peep at his interview below.


On all the question he was given, R. Kelly denies all the sexual abuse allegations: “I sit here and say this, I had two cases back then that I said in the beginning of the interview that I will not talk about because of my ongoing case now,” he says in the first clip. “People are going back to my past and trying to add all of this stuff now to that. To make all of this stuff that’s going on now feel real to people.”

“Not true,” he says. “Old rumors, new rumors, future rumors. Not true.” – The R&B Superstar shared.

In the second clip below, R. Kelly is noticeably more agitated and emotional, as he starts crying in front of the interviewer.

I don’t need to [hold girls against their will],” he says. “Why would I? How stupid would that be for R. Kelly, with all I’ve been through in my way, way past, to hold somebody … how stupid would I be to do that? That’s stupid guys. That’s stupid. Use your common sense. Forget the blogs. Forgot how you feel about me.

Peep at the second clip below:

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