R Kelly: Sex, Girls & Videotapes

In light of the recent #MeToo movement which was sparked by several women bringing forward allegations of sexual abuse against Hollywood hotshot Harvey Weinstein, claiming he abused his power to manipulate women, we are now starting to see many other names in the entertainment industry being mentioned with regards to sexual abuse. One of these names is R Kelly, who for a long time has been in the hot seat with regards to taking a liking to underaged girls.

In this film we see BBC presenter Ben Zand explore the many allegations which seem to be following R. Kelly around these days, primarily regarding the R&B legend’s sex life. These accusations include holding women against their own will in his house in Atlanta and running a degrading sex cult. These are all allegations which he of course denies but through a number of interviews with close friends and those who worked with him in the past it becomes clear that all is not right with R Kelly.

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  1. Very disturbing

  2. Wish the programme used a major interview heavy weight. Lovely lad that Ben but his wishy washy approach made me cringe . Get Emma Barnett on it!

  3. Robert Kelly should have been locked up a long time ago with that 14 year old! He would have got some help in prison. And the 14 year old parents need to watch . They could have saved a lot of young girls pain and heart ache. I think he needs to be arrested for his crimes giving girls herpes he is a sick individual the whole family is sick!!

  4. Getting scared about everyones comment. These are young girls who get attention from someone they look up to, they don’t understand what he is doing it wrong because they look up to him. He’s a manipulator who uses his fame to trick these women to be under his spell.

    So every women who get’s raped by a man who has money or is famous and then reports is, is according to all of you a gold digger, you should all have a hard look at yourself in the mirror and pray nothing like this would happen to you and strangers in social media bashing you for standing up for yourself.

  5. I am sorry to say but I feel like those ladies was looking and money and look who it is R. Kelly he have a big house nice cars And he have a lot of money. Just because they was young a lot of young girls go after older man’s And it’s a lot of young ladies out here trying to get to the top and they would do whatever it takes to be famous.

    • If they were young white girls would you feel the same?

    • I guess if you say so it is what it is A lot of people do a lot of things for money and attention🤷‍♀️

      • Disappointed the presenter didn’t go for the jugular in his interviews. Nice lad but he was not there to make friends. Why did these mostly men not call out what he was doing? Who was there to protect these girls. Did no studio owner ever say. Fuck you man? I don’t care how famous you are . I have daughters. Well obviously not.

    • U sound crazy!👎👎👎

  6. Didn’t watch Documentary but did watch a vid reaction. While I’m not saying RKelly can walk on water. First and foremost not ONE of those women can say that they didn’t know what they were gettin into BEFORE associating themselves with him. Secondly, they ALL appear to lying opportunist that failed to get a free steady paycheck from him. Men, please watch this doc to “wake-up” about marriage and commitments. “MGTOW” look it up now please.

  7. Every Man In These Comments Would Love A House Full Of Women — FOH —

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  9. I am a woman and sorry but I have to say these women are trash – especially these black girls trying to s… a black d…. its disgusting they want fame and to be a rich rappers hoe sorry but I have no sympathy for them the rest of us know better

  10. There are a few contributing factors to R. Kelly’s seeming invulnerability to the #MeToo movement:
    1) Because blacks seem to be the most looked down upon race the world over, there are strong issues of loyalty within the culture. A person who’s rich, powerful, and talented has “made it.” You don’t drag a man’s name through the mud lightly under normal circumstances, and that rule’s even more stringent in black culture. For some, being black and working to tear down one of the few blacks who’ve made it is the worse kind of mutiny.
    2) This combines with another unspoken rule: Stop snitching.
    3) Many of the girls have grown up poor. This man offers seeming financial stability.
    4) Many of the girls are looking to start their careers in entertainment. This man seems to offer a viable entry point.

    Katt Williams once said, “Don’t nobody say the same thing about you for 20 years!”

  11. Wow just shocking this guy is the definition of sex addict