R. Kelly’s estranged brother Carey “Killa” Kelly has jumped onboard the Roast R-uh movement with a brand new diss track.
The track, titled, “I Confess” was released as a clapback to Kelly’s 19-minute song “I Admit” where the embattled R&B singer discussed at length his career woes, including the allegations of sexual and emotional abuse towards young fans he allegedly housed in a cult.
[READ: What Exactly Did R. Kelly ‘Admit’ in ‘I Admit’? (FULL SONG)]
In between his confessions about dyslexia and losing his publishing, Kelly briefly mentioned his brothers and their broken relationship in the following verse:
“I admit I miss my brothers (brothers) But I admit they weren’t acting like brothers (brothers),” he sings. “Yeah, we’ve had our differences/But you don’t turn on your brother (no)/For nothing, for no one, nada (no, no)/Mama, Joanne, is watching (no, no, no)/She must be turning over in her grave (yeah).”
Apparently ‘Killa Kelly’ wasn’t too thrilled about the line and he’s released a song of his own that includes startling claims about Kelly’s private life.
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R. Kelly is totally trolling with his new song and has pulled an OJ Simpson on y’all with a 19-minute track, entitled “I admit”.
The song, which he dropped via Instagram, isn’t really much of a confession but it seems that many have already made it just that.
In the track, Kelly addresses several of the controversies surrounding him, including pedophilia accusations, his alleged sex cult and the #MuteRKelly movement.
The lyrics of the song are clearly intended to confuse, and while there are a few things R. Kelly admits to in his new song, he repeatedly denies the allegations of sexual assault that have been leveled against him throughout his career — including those relating to his alleged “sex cult.”
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Efforts to “MUTE” R. Kelly may be actually helping the artist more than hurting his career and he clearly knows it!
The singer was recently caught on video arrogantly stating that the #MuteRKelly campaign is “too late” to silence him.
[FLASHBACK: Women of Color Spark #MuteRKelly Movement… (VIDEO)]
Kellz made the comments during a live video shared a few days ago, and a portion of which was subsequently shared by sports and entertainment lawyer Exavier Pope.
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The glow up is real!
Khia is in Mexico getting her groove back this week alongside a tall dark and handsome mystery man, but she decided to do a special edition of GAG order LIVE last night.
While former ‘Queen’s Court’ co-host, Mr. Timothy, is still struggling to find new talent to sit beside him, Khia effortlessly entertains solo dolo and her show is getting better and better each week.
[READ: Khia ‘Roasts & Gags’ Rachel Dolezal, DJ Khaled & More on Gag Order Live (FULL VIDEO)]
This week, Khia puts Beyonce & Jay-Z, Chris Brown, Teairra Mari, R. Kelly, Wendy Williams, Cardi B, Kordell Stewart and more on the docket and hilariously comments on this week’s top pop culture events.
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Just last week, R. Kelly was blasted by several high profile women of color in the entertainment industry, who all called to MUTE the singer for his alleged inappropriate relationships with young girls.
[READ: Women of Color Seek To #MuteRKelly + Kelly Calls it ‘Public Lynching’… ]
The superstar singer is now on a mission to prove he’s still got a few celebrities on his side, despite being the target of the #TimesUp movement.
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A few days ago, Women of Color (a subgroup within the Time’s Up movement) penned a letter calling for action against R. Kelly for his alleged history of sexual abuse.
In the letter, the women demand that the music industry cut ties with R. Kelly and also call for an investigation into all sexual-misconduct allegations involving the singer.
Well, R. Kelly has responded and he’s calling it a “public lynching”.
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