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R. Kelly makes ‘unexpected confession’ with 19-minute song titled ‘I Admit’

by Ayodeji Lateef
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R&B singer, R. Kelly has been in the news lately for all the wrong reasons but he has now come out to make an ‘unexpected confession’ on a new 19-minute song he titles “I Admit.”

The famous or now infamous act whose real name is Robert Kelly has been plagued by sex and child abuse claims; prompting several patners, including spotify, to sanction him.

However, on “I Admit,” he answers his critics referencing several of those who have taken shots at him including singer, John Legend, talk show host, Wendy Williams and journalist, Jim DeRogatis.

R. Kelly also admitted to a slew of accusations including infidelity, sleeping with his girlfriend’s best friend, having sexual relationships with fans and going to strip clubs every week.

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He admits to being a person in his own way as well as acknowledging the fact that he has made mistakes.

R. Kelly admits he will be the first to admit that he is not perfect and the fact that he has now hit rock bottom with all the claims levelled against him.

While several of his fans have applauded “I Admit,” many others aren’t just buying it. Black Twitter in particular bashed and roasted him for it.

In fact, his ex wife, Drea Kelly, took to social media platform, Instagram, in a stinging rebuke at his claims of witch hunt.

It is left to be seen if R. Kelly ever gets to wash away the toga of abuse his once illustrous career has now been tainted by, but you definitely need to listen to “I Admit” to hear his side of the story.

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