Published: Sat, March 09, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

R Kelly disrupts Gayle King’s interview with his girlfriends

R Kelly disrupts Gayle King’s interview with his girlfriends

Gayle King's explosive interview with R. Kelly is already one of the most talked-about TV events of the week, with one image in particular-that of Kelly ominously standing over the CBS This Morning cohost in what appeared to be a fit of rage-seeming to say so much about power and abuse. "First of all, I'm not here to talk about my personal life, and I would never share with no one what I do in or outside of the bedroom".

While the negotiations will remain sealed, King surely deserves more coin for her work and dedication to a hard industry where many Black women are ousted from holding anchor positions, especially during primetime news.

King said she didn't expect Kelly to confess his crimes, "but I did think that, on some level, he would have a moment of reflection, he would have contrition". His two girlfriends, whose parents say have been "brainwashed" by Kelly, also defended him on-camera. While he denied the claims, he also blamed the parents of his alleged victims for "selling" their daughters to him. Detroit Police said Kelly met the teen in a Detroit-area hotel with the intention to have sexual relations.

In a separate interview, two women who live with Kelly - Azriel Clary and Jocelyn Savage - have rejected allegations that they are being controlled by the musician.

R Kelly was also in the room during this interview and would apparently cough loudly from time to time.

Breaking down into tears, Clary continued: "I'm crying, because you guys don't know the truth!" You guys are believing this f--king façade that our parents are saying.

Becoming emotional, he asked CBS news reporter Gayle King: "How stupid would it be for R Kelly, with all I've been through to hold somebody?"

Kelly's heated television interview Wednesday wasn't enough, the singer is now facing sexual abuse allegations in Detroit. We have never asked R. Kelly for money. "So many people have been stealin' my money", Kelly said.

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R. Kelly is back behind bars. Negativity sells. Gossip is what sells.

In the Surviving R. Kelly series, however, Andrea claimed that she went through a list of a domestic abuse hotline's 17 determining questions, claiming that there were only two things on that list that Kelly hadn't done to her.

Add Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel to the list of people unmoved by R. Kelly's emotional CBS This Morning interview. "So, he's the one you need to watch out for", Clary said.

Kelly was indicted last month on 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse - a Class 2 felony - involving four alleged victims.

"I just knew that I was never in danger".

As part of the current case, prosecutors have described a witness who had access to videotapes showing Kelly having sex with a 14-year-old girl.

Kelly said those lies include that he's holding women against their will and that he has a "cult".

R. Kelly has been making headlines for the past few weeks due to several sexual assault claims.

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