On Surviving R. Kelly, some of the alleged victims and people from Kelly's camp said that he would purposely collect information, get coerced statements, and save elicit footage of his accusers to use as collateral against the women.
Meanwhile, an interview clip of Chance the Rapper saying it was a "mistake" to work with the I Believe I Can Fly hitmaker has resurfaced.
"We're programmed to really be hypersensitive to black male oppression", he says.
Kelly still denies the accusations that he holds young and underage black women against their will.
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She figured an adult would always be present, she said, but Kelly managed to spend alone time with the child.
Screenshots of the page were captured by the internet archive Wayback Machine show a Pinocchio cartoon as the main photo, as well as alleged text messages from Rodgers calling Kelly "daddy", which she has said he instructed her to do. "We've invested so much of ourselves into this man that it's hard for us to let go". I saw my body laying in blood, I saw ambulance come, the housekeeping coming out and saying, 'She jumped from there.' I remember hearing my babies voices, 'Why did Mommy jump? "But black women are exponentially [a] higher oppressed and violated group of people just in comparison to the whole world", Chance the Rapper explained in an interview with Jamilah Lemieux in May.
Spotify didn't respond to request for comment on the matter, but this isn't the first time Spotify has run into the controversies surrounding Kelly and his music. "It's a bad burden to have to endure".
The Internet has expressed a collective revulsion with the allegations, with many suggesting that it's the lack of protection for black women that allowed an apparent child rapist to thrive for decades. "Gotcha." Another critic tweeted, "Ok, even if that's true, we should just ignore the girls suffering because they were parented badly?" "The women in #SurvivingRKelly are our heroes".
Or will they be condemned by many of us as gold-digging troublemakers trying to bring a successful brother down?