Here’s How R. Kelly Reportedly Reacted To Record-Breaking Documentary Series After It Aired

DETROIT, MI - FEBRUARY 21:  R. Kelly performs at Little Caesars Arena on February 21, 2018 in Detroit, Michigan.  (Photo by Scott Legato/Getty Images)

Here’s How R. Kelly Reportedly Reacted To Record-Breaking Documentary Series After It Aired

The six-part exposé about his alleged sex crimes broke ratings records for Lifetime.

Published January 6th

R. Kelly is being crucified online after Lifetime’s documentary series Surviving R. Kelly premiered late last week. Now, the disgraced R&B singer is reportedly responding.

  1. According to TMZ, Kelly did not watch the six-part series about him and his alleged sex crimes. That said, sources close to him did inform him about what was discussed and alleged in the documentary. Apparently, Kelly claims to “not know half” of the people included and is “disgusted” by the reports of abuse.

    Also, R. Kelly claims that all the people in Surviving R. Kelly have a personal “vendetta” against him. In return, the singer plans to “sue everybody,” including Lifetime, the survivors of his alleged abuse and personalities like Charlamagne Tha God and John Legend who participated in the series.

    The six-part docu-series began airing Thursday (January 4) and was broadcast on Lifetime the following day and Saturday, when it concluded.

Written by BET Staff

Photo: Scott Legato/Getty Images

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