The singer, R Kelly for years has been unyielding about allegations of sexual abuse with claims of underage sex and assertions that he traps women in a “sex cult” which he denied.
These claims resurfaced in a documentary which featured numerous fresh assertions from the singer’s ex-girlfriends.
A 19 year old Faith Rodgers filed a lawsuit claiming the singer infected her unknowingly with sexually transmitted disease while she was subject to mental, physical and verbal abuse.
Kelly responds to these multiple allegations of sexual misconduct releasing a short minute song “I Admit”.
The song is said to have admitted infidelity but denies the claims of paedophilia and discordant sex.
A spokesperson to the singer out rightly denied such claims saying the song “I Admit” is a refutation against these allegations addressing his accusers directly.
A campaign was made to discourage people from listening to the singer’s music as a result of this claims and his record label, streaming services and promoters has withdrawn their support.
The singer said people may have their opinions and are entitled to them and he is not going to jail because of their thoughts.