In a Audio Tell All Book in a sedated mind, R-Kelly admit all the things he did.
“Today is the day you’ve been waiting for,” Kelly wrote on Instagram, directing followers to a SoundCloud link where the song can be heard in its entirety.
“I admit I fuck with all the ladies,” he sings. “That’s both older and young ladies/ But tell me how they call it ‘pedophile’ because of that shit/ That’s crazy/ You may have your opinions/ Entitled to your opinions/ But really am I supposed to go to jail or lose my career because of your opinion?”
Later, Kelly directly responds to the sex cult claims. “I admit I am not perfect,” he says. ” I never said I was perfect/ Say I’m abusing these women/ What the fuck?/ That’s some absurd shit/ They brainwashed?/ Really?/ Kidnapped?/ Really?/ Can’t eat?/ Really?/ Real talk/ That shit sound silly.”
He continues: “What’s the definition of a ‘cult’?/ What’s the definition of a ‘sex slave’?/ Go to the dictionary/ Look it up/ Let me know/ I’ll be here waiting.”
Kelly’s song comes months after Time’s Up joined the public push for the singer’s record label, RCA Records, to launch an investigation into the sexual abuse claims made against him. In April, the organization also demanded action from Spotfiy and Apple Music, which stream Kelly’s catalog; and Ticketmaster, which has sold tickets to his concerts. Kelly seemingly acknowledges Time’s Up’s push in “I Admit.”
“They don’t want me to shine/ Women’s group, my God,” Kelly says. “Now don’t get it twisted, I do support ’em/ But why they wanna bring down my art? Damn, this is breaking my heart.”
After the women’s fund issued an open letter urging the companies to condemn Kelly, Spotify swiftly removed his roster of hits from their playlists. RCA and Apple Music have yet to respond to Time’s Up’s call to action.
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