Those threats weren’t enough to stop Lifetime from airing their ratings breaking Surviving R. Kelly documentary, with the backlash against the R&B veteran coming strong since then. There have been plenty who have come out on social media condemning him and canceling his music, but now the singer is fighting back.
According to TMZ, Kelly will be launching a website called SurvivingLies.com where he will attempt to expose the accusers one by one and reveal their “blatant lies.” He claims that the people in the documentary had other motivations behind their allegations and the campaign against him.
In a video that surfaced online, Asante McGee (one of the women who has claimed to be a sex slave of Robert in the past) is exposed through a conversation with her daughter and ex-boyfriend that contradicts her claims.
As of now, the website is not live.
UPDATE: Facebook has removed the fan page because “The Page violated our Community Standards” A FB spokesperson also said, “We do not tolerate bullying or sharing someone’s private contact information and take action on content that violates our policies as soon as we’re aware.”
A Facebook page created yesterday is now running ads to smear R Kelly's accusers. The page paints Kelly as someone "surviving lies." pic.twitter.com/hbwZ4DXXiz
— Ryan Mac (@RMac18) January 7, 2019
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