R. Kelly is on the defensive after Lifetime completed airing its Surviving R. Kelly docu-series. According to TMZ, the controversial singer and his workforce are creating an internet site to battle again towards the various allegations of sexual misconduct, sexual assault, pedophilia and abuse detailed within the documentary.
The web site will reportedly be referred to as SurvivingLies.com, however the tackle at present directs to a GoDaddy area web page. A web page utilizing the “Surviving Lies” identify surfaced on Facebook however has since been deleted or eliminated. While it was nonetheless energetic, the web page shared a video making an attempt to discredit Asante McGee.
McGee was one of many many accusers to look in Surviving R. Kelly. She revealed herself as considered one of Kelly’s “intercourse slaves” previous to the documentary however appeared within the sequence to supply details about her two-year relationship with the singer.
In addition to creating a web site to discredit his accusers, Kelly is purportedly planning to “sue everyone” concerned within the Lifetime documentary.
Prior to the sequence premiere, Kelly’s lawyer threatened to sue to the community in the event that they aired Surviving R. Kelly as deliberate. The six-part documentary premiered its first two episodes on January three and concluded its three-night run as scheduled on January 5.
While the sequence has reignited outrage about Kelly’s actions, it hasn’t deterred curiosity in his music. Following the documentary’s debut, Kelly’s streaming numbers elevated by 16 p.c on Spotify.