Actress Keke Palmer has reacted to R.Kelly’s
alleged abuse of young women and underage
The Akeelah and the Bee actress, who is R.
Kelly’s mentee, put their relationship aside and
called out her mentor for his actions.
She said God gave him a gift but he slapped
God in the face by using it to harm people.
She went on to urge others to speak against
evil and take a stand.
Just finished Surviving R. Kelly and I
have spent the last hour crying. As a
student of R. Kelly’s for the time I was
and having been around his light and
understanding the obstacles he
overcame as a child to actually be
birthed into the musical genius he is
today… All to put others through the
same darkness he was running from is
the most disheartening thing to
accept. Many people experience
hardships and do not allow themselves
to find freedom through their passion
enough to shine a light. R. Kelly
received that grace from God. God
blessed him to vindicate his childhood
shortcomings and yet still he has
slapped God in the face by his actions
towards these women. I am hurt and
saddened because he could have been
a blessing to these women but instead
he repeatedly took advantage and that
I can not accept. I will stand by my
sisters because that’s simply what’s
right and what I hope discontinues this
behavior in anyone. We have to be
good to eachother, not all of us
accept the light but those of us that
do must be responsible!!!! We can not
take advantage of each other or
accept when someone else does. ?
Multiple women have accused R&B
legend R.Kelly of sexual misconduct but he
has repeatedly denied those allegations.
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