R. Kelly Vows to ‘Expose’ Accusers with Website


In the wake of “Surviving R. Kelly,” the singer is vowing to show his accusers.

According to TMZ, Kelly claims the Lifetime docuseries options “blatant lies” and he intends to retaliate by launching a web site known as SurvivingLies.com.

He plans to go down the record one after the other in an try to show his accusers as liars and reveal the true motivations behind their allegations.

The website has but to go stay, however there’s already a fan-operated Facebook page devoted to the trigger.

Kelly’s first goal is Asante McGee, one of many ladies who claims to have been one in every of Kelly’s “intercourse slaves.” A YouTube video has surfaced that makes an attempt to contradict her story utilizing an alleged leaked telephone name between McGee’s ex-boyfriend and daughter.

Following the six-part docuseries, celebrities have taken to social media to talk out towards Kelly together with Chance the Rapper, Ne-Yo, Joh Legend, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Meek Mill. “I’m not feeling R after watching that,” tweeted Meek. “It’s a lot filthy shit happening on this trade no person will ever actually converse on the wild shit as a result of most of them might have docs like this and even worst accomplished about them!”

Kelly has denied the allegations.