Robert Kelly, best known as R. Kelly, has an undeniable list of hit songs, platinum records, and music awards. He also has had a dark cloud following him due to his interaction with younger-aged women.
Kelly’s sex trafficking trial started on August 19th, 2021. Kelly has been accused of holding underage girls hostage in a sex ring. Some say Kelly is not guilty and want him free, yet scores of others want him to spend the rest of his life behind bars. No matter how you feel about R. Kelly, he still seems to surround himself with young women. Why is that?
In 2018 “I Admit It” where he revealed his truth on a lot of what people were talking about (see video below):
Beginning line after line with “I admit …” the singer confesses to a multitude of acts, including infidelity, sleeping with his girlfriend’s best friend, having sexual relationships with fans and going to strip clubs every week.
“I admit I was in my own way,” he sings.
In the song, Kelly admits to being involved with “both older and young ladies,” but then asks, “But tell me how they call it pedophile because that s— is crazy.”
The singer dismisses claims that he “brainwashed” or “kidnapped” women as “silly” and accuses a father of dropping his daughter off at the concert where she and the singer met.
His advice to parents: “Don’t push your daughter in my face and tell me that it’s okay.”
“Now I don’t know what else to say except, I’m so falsely accused. Tell me how can you judge when you’ve never walked in my shoes,” he sings. 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? Yeah, go ahead and stone me, point your finger at me, turn the world against me, but only God can mute me.”
In the trial that started today, Kelly admitted…