During an interview on SiriusXM, "Surviving R. Kelly" documentary series producer, Dream Hampton, said she wished Gaga could have spoken to her for the project.
"Mr. Kelly appreciates that she recognised his huge talent and collaborated with him to help her career, but finds it regrettable that she is now exploiting this controversy to try and help her in her effort to win an Oscar", he said. "I made both the song and video at a dark time in my life", Gaga wrote.
Oh, and before you rush to Spotify to listen to the R Kelly version of the song, instead might we suggest a "clean" version of the song, with Christina Aguilera, a woman who has also survived domestic violence and unfair sexualisation by the press!
A judge granted the City of Chicago's motion to enter R. Kelly's music studio on the Near West Side. "And I didn't really wanna know what he did to the extent that I might feel the need ... to deal with it".
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"I believe the documentary has opened up a new era".
Many fans had words of support and thanks for the singer after her message. At one point, Kelly seemed to not only acknowledge the ongoing controversy, he went as far to mock it.
Born as Robert Sylvester Kelly in 1967, allegations against the singer spanning several decades recently culminated in multiple women publicly accusing him in the Lifetime series of sexually and physically abusive behavior.
The singer recently spoke out on the allegations R.Kelly is now facing and apologized for ever working with him. The Savages say they haven't heard from Joycelyn in two years.
A Cook County judge this week ordered the R&B star out of the warehouse at 219 North Justine Street after Midwest Commercial Funding said he owed almost $80,000 in back rent, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. "I know who's behind it". Kelly and the alleged victim, in her 20s at the time of the trial, denied it was them in the video.