Police Called To South Side Nightclub As R. Kelly Celebrates Birthday

Calvin Saunders
January 12, 2019

LADY GAGA has vowed to remove her duet with R Kelly from streaming services in the wake of a Lifetime documentary about sexual abuse allegations made against the singer.

It's not flawless, which Gaga admits, writing "I share this not to make excuses for myself, but to explain, ' and by declaring she believes victims of all genders and 'of all races", she avoids the argued point that too many people find it easy to protect R Kelly's innocence because all of his alleged victims are black women.

Gaga and Kelly performed the song together on Saturday Night Live and at the American Music Awards. "If you want to show that this is a consensual relationship, allow Joycelyn to see her parents". "And I didn't really wanna know what he did to the extent that I might feel the need ... to deal with it".

Griggs said he isn't sure about why Fulton County, which announced but never held a news conference a year ago on the allegations of abuse at Kelly's former home in the county, hasn't pursued the case.

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R. Kelly's birthday party was raised by police. The singer has been vocal in the past about her experiences with sexual assault. "I remember Aaliyah trying to talk about it and she couldn't".

The pop superstar, who has been nominated for Leading Actress at the 2019 EE BAFTAs next month, took to Twitter to release an emotional statement about the controversial singer.

"I share this not to make excuses for myself but to explain", she said. Something to note is that this song was not only well received, but Jenna Hally Rubinstein wrote a piece for MTV titled "God Bless Terry Richardson For Capturing The Bizarre Sexual Chemistry Between Lady Gaga And R. Kelly". I just don't believe that Oscar voters care that much about black girls to have that play a factor in her winning an Oscar. She said anyone who thinks they may have been a victim to call the Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Division at 773-674-6492. "I know Johns Creek turned the file over to the Fulton County District Attorney's Office, and that's all I know as far as any investigation".

WGN reached out to Kelly's lawyer, Steve Greenberg, for comment but he did not return the call.

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