‘Surviving R. Kelly’ documentary features victims of the singer as they share harrowing details of sex abuse

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For over 20 years, R. Kelly has been accused by multiple women of sexual misconduct and abuse but he has so far denied all the allegations.

This week, a documentary produced by Lifetime is exploring the allegations brought against Robert Kelly.

Multiple alleged victims of the singer, including his ex-wife Andrea Kelly all featured in the documentary and they spoke about their ordeal.

As expected, a lot of tears were shed as the women recounted the alleged abuse – sexual, mental, emotional, and physical – which they suffered in the hands of R. Kelly.


The documentary, made up of six parts, includes commentary from R. Kelly’s critics, including the founder of the #MeToo movement, Tarana Burke, and the singer John Legend.

The docu-series has gained attention and is being widely debated on social media, with a lot of people saying the singer has escaped the consequences of his actions for far too long. There were also those who came to the defence of the singer.

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