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The complete video appears below. In the interview, Chance claimed that the reason he and many others ignored the allegations against R. Kelly for so long was "because [the accusers] were black women".

Meek Mill also tweeted a response to the series on Saturday, writing, "I'm not feeling R after watching that.it's so much filthy s**t going on in this industry nobody will ever really speak on the wild s**t because majority could have docs like this or even worst done about them!"

"The sad truth is", human rights organization BlackWomensBlueprint tweeted, "Survivors... still face pushback from naysayers who question their stories or dismiss the crisis of sexual assault - especially against Black women and girls".

Rapper Master P is the latest celebrity to speak out about the abuse allegations in the Lifetime docu-series "Surviving R. Kelly". "It's just prevalent in all media, and when you see n***as getting beat up by the police, it's men", Chance says in the interview clip.

The conversation stems partly from a controversial statement Chance The Rapper made - and which was used in the documentary - in which he said he didn't care about the allegations at the time, because they were coming from black women.

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He then admitted that collaborating with Kelly was a mistake, and he was relieved that the singer's accusers were finally being heard. I really would like for you guys to help me understand what I'm missing, even if I'm missing something that I don't necessarily agree with. In a follow-up tweet, Chance also remarked that "we are all capable of subconsciously discrediting [black women] and their stories because its indoctrinated". In an effort to expose his accusers for the "blatant lies" that were repeatedly told against him in the Surviving R. Kelly docuseries, the R&B legend is picking off his accusers claims one at a time, sources close to him have revealed.

For more powerful stories from alleged victims of R. Kelly, pick up this week's issue of PEOPLE on newsstands now.

The "I Believe I Can Fly" singer has, however, continuously denied the allegations against him.

The docuseries also includes interviews with activist and #MeToo founder Tarana Burke, musician John Legend, talk-show host Wendy Williams and Kelly's ex-wife Andrea Kelly.