Kelly got extremely emotional, saying, "Forget the blogs, forget how you feel about me". Absolutely. Absolutely. I have been assassinated. "I have been buried alive, but I'm alive". I'm not Lucifer. I'm a man. I make mistakes, but I'm not a devil.
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"I'm very exhausted of all of the lies", the musician said when asked by King why he had agreed to be interviewed. "What kind of father, what kind of mother will sell their daughter to a man?" King perhaps registered no more conspicuous combo of disbelief and disgust than when Kelly posited that the two young women now in his life (/possession?) were not taken from their families but given to him, one by a groupie father.
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R. Kelly made it clear that he is "fighting for his (expletive) life" and he is. Kelly said people don't want to believe the truth, and the allegations against him are preventing him from having a relationship with his kids (Joann, otherwise known as Buku Abi, 20, Jay, 18, and Robert Jr, 16).
Kelly played the victim throughout, which was ill-advised as public relations. He emphasized that he had been acquitted in one case already.
"Stop it. Y'all, quit playing!"
At one point during the interview, Kelly angrily stands up and starts pacing, his voice breaking as he yells, "I didn't to this stuff!"
Long after R. Kelly should have been shunned, Baton Rouge gave him a key to the city, and a civil rights organization lauded him.
Forensic psychiatrist Carole Lieberman-author of Bad Boys: How We Love Them, How to Live with Them, When to Leave Them-said Wednesday that the interview, coupled with Kelly's history, revealed a lot about him. The other parts of the 80-minute chat will air on later this week and will also include his thoughts on Lady Gaga speaking out against him.