John Legend Dragged R. Kelly In New Documentary While Other Famous People Stayed Out Of It

January 4, 2019 / Posted by:

The first two episodes of the R. Kelly docu-series on Lifetime, Surviving R. Kelly, aired yesterday and it was something. Of course we all knew R. Kelly was a creep (remember when he was in that person’s closet for 20 years), but the tea which was spilled on R. Kelly’s creepiness about how he wouldn’t let women speak to people and had to call him “Daddy” all the time… was a new kind of disgusting. And it ain’t over, there are two more episodes coming. And one of them features an interview with John Legend, who was one of the only musicians to speak out.

After the airing of the first two episodes, John let the people know that he was no hero, he was just a dude doing what everyone should be doing by supporting victims:

John also thanked the creator of the series dream hampton for being the reason this was made:

Back when the #TimesUp movement turned its watchful eye to master creeper R. Kelly, John previously tweeted out against him so it’s not super shocking to see him participate:

But the tea really is who didn’t participate. dream apparently reached out to several people who worked with Kelly over the years like, Jay-ZLady GagaQuestloveErykah BaduCéline Dion (NOT CELINE!) and Dave Chappelle. But none of them agreed to be interviewed.

R. Kelly has been aware of this shitstorm heading his direction for a while now and has never been worried, so hopefully he’ll be upleasantly surprised when what’s left of his career evaporates after this. Although we should expect at least one or two more tracks coming out from him where he pseudo-admits to being a Grade A pervert. The next track will be called: Yeah They Call Me Daddy and will have CPS clearing their calendars.

Pic: Wenn.com

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