Moet Abebe who also slammed R. Kelly and his supporters on air, also vowed never to listen to any of his songs again. She further maintained the sexual abuse incidents was overlooked, brushed under the carpet for so long because it was black young girls and black families.
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Sophia Momodu had also reacted to ‘Surviving R. Kelly’ documentary, which was a major topic across social media platforms last week. Sophia Momodu who had a message for those who think she is overprotective, said watching the ‘Surviving R Kelly’ documentary just tripled her over-protectiveness of her girl child with Davido.
The series, “Surviving R. Kelly,” includes testimony from several women who accuse the singer of abuse, as well as commentary from Mr. Kelly’s critics, including the founder of the #MeToo movement, Tarana Burke, and the singer John Legend.
The six episodes, each an hour long, cover the long history of allegations against Mr. Kelly. They feature women who described being controlled or abused by him, often when they were teenagers, as well as associates and relatives of the singer. Along with Chance the Rapper, John Legend and R&B singer Stephanie “Sparkle” Edwards were the only musicians to appear in “Surviving R. Kelly.”
It featured interviews with Kelly’s ex-wife Andrea Kelly, Kelly accusers like Kitti Jones, and more. The documentary also revealed that several musicians turned down the request for participation, which reportedly included Erykah Badu, JAY-Z, Lady Gaga, and more.
In December 2018, an event promoting the docu-series was evacuated by the NYPD after a gun threat was called in at the venue.
Mr. Kelly has continuously denied the allegations against him. The documentary has become the subject of widespread attention and fierce debate on social media, with many expressing gratitude to the women who continue to tell their stories.