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Atlanta, GA – Da Brat was stopped by TMZ on the Trumpet Awards in Atlanta on Saturday (January 19). Just like Yo-Yo, the longtime rapper was requested concerning the R. Kelly scenario.

While she was sure the R&B star wanted some type of psychological assist, the So So Def vet insinuated the mother and father have been partially responsible for permitting their baby to be uncovered to Kelly.

“I do suppose he wants assist,” she says. “I like him. I grew up with him. He’s kinda like household. We had the identical music trainer. We have been across the identical circles as youngsters. I’ve by no means seen him do something dangerous, however I don’t consider all these individuals are mendacity.

“But on the identical time, ‘Where are the mother and father?’ So, I feel he wants assist for certain. I like him. I hope he don’t get mad at me and I feel the mother and father must take accountability. Where is your 14-year-old baby? Why are you there? Something improper with that.”

Da Brat additionally insists she is going to all the time take heed to Kelly’s music regardless of the quite a few allegations towards him.

“I can’t cease listening to the music,” she says. “Never will I cease listening to it. I won’t purchase it no extra, but it surely’s already in my playlist.”

Kelly has been beneath heavy scrutiny since Lifetime aired its premiere episode of Surviving R. Kelly earlier this month. The six-part documentary explored his inappropriate sexual habits round underaged girls and featured a number of interviews together with his alleged victims.

In the wake of the sequence, Kelly and his longtime label, Sony Music, have agreed to half methods. 

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