Lifetime recently aired Surviving R. Kelly, a multi-part docu-series detailing two decades’ worth of sexual misconduct allegations against R. Kelly. Although the should-be disgraced R&B singer claims to not have watched a single episode, he has vowed to “sue everybody” involved with the damning project. His smear campaign has already begun on social media.
According to TMZ, Kelly and his associates are in the process of launching Surviving Lies, a new website that will supposedly debunk and discredit the singer’s many accusers. The site isn’t yet live, but its corresponding Facebook account is up and running and offers a look at how low Kelly is willing to go to prove his innocence.
And if that isn’t enough…
On a night he was facing a protest in his hometown of Chicago, singer R. Kellywas out partying at a local club, where he proclaimed he's not concerned with the current controversy.
Videos of Kelly were posted on social media late Wednesday into Thursday from the club V75 Chicago.