R Kelly admits to ‘sleeping with young girls’ and being raped as a child in 19 minute song

2018-07-23 18:00
 
R Kelly

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Cape Town - American singer R. Kelly has released a 19 minute song titled I Admit It – and he really does admit to a lot.

The Step In The Name of Love singer has been receiving a lot of backlash recently for allegations of sexual assault made against him by multiple women. Now, he finally addresses the numerous allegations that have been made against him over the years.

In the song he sings about the women who alleged that he held them against their will, forced to have intercourse with other women, controlled how they dressed, what they ate and when they went to the bathroom.

R. Kelly also admitted to meeting TV personality, Wendy Williams who almost lost sponsors on her show, for asking R. Kelly to be a guest on her show.

The singer admits in his song that he has had sex with young girls but according to him, parents pushed their daughters to have sex with him for money.

“Don’t push your daughter into my face and tell me it’s okay cause your agenda is to get paid and you get mad when it don’t go your way,” R. Kelly sings.

With all the heat he’s had in his career, R. Kelly admits that he was molested and raped as a child.

“I admit a family member touched me, from a child till age 14. One night when I was asleep, she took my virginity, so scared to say something so I just put the blame on me.”

The R&B singer admits that he can’t read and write. He struggled reading his contracts because he has dyslexia. R. Kelly also admits that he’s broke and has no money.

“I’m a broke a** legend. The only reason I stay on tour is because I have to pay my rent.”

Listen below to R. Kelly song, I Admit It:


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