New Series "Surviving R. Kelly" Aims To Shame The Singer For His Crimes


A six-part series has been released detailing sexual abuse allegations against R. Kelly. The Artist is famous for his hit singles I Believe I Can Fly, Bump & Grind and Ignition but came under fire in the 90s after he illegally married singer Aaliyah when she was just 15 years old and he was 27. Later on, in 2002 a video emerged of Kelly and another underage girl engaging in sexual acts and Kelly urinating on the girl. He was arrested in 2003 and found not guilty. 

Over the years many victims have come out to stand up against R. Kelly. Many have claimed he has a sex cult which women are still trapped in. It is said he makes them write false letters with false confessions which he then uses against them if they try to escape the cult.

Surviving R. Kelly features many victims as well as male celebrities John Legend and Chance the Rapper speaking out against the singer. After the six-part documentary aired The National Sexual Assault Hotline in the United States, operated by the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network experienced a 27% percent increase in calls.