R. Kelly’s Camp Reportedly Set to Launch Website to Combat Accusers
Following the conclusion of the Lifetime Surviving R. Kelly docu-series, R. Kelly and his legal team reportedly began issuing legal threats. In addition, as a consequence of the documentary, his records sales and streaming went up on all notable platforms. Now, there are reports that the troubled star and his team are hunkering down for a fight. According to TMZ, they are in the process of creating a new website which will be used to fight back against the many allegations of sexual misconduct, sexual assault, and pedophilia detailed in the documentary.
The site will reportedly be called SurvivingLies.com. Although the site is not yet up, a Facebook profile page using the same name posted a video which they reportedly claim discredits allegations by Asante McGee who appeared on the show. The page has since been deleted but online sleuths who move and work better than secret service, copied the video which you can view below.
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