More legal bumps are on the horizon for Kelly too, as Faith A. Rodgers filed a lawsuit against the singer in May. "It's nearly like God was able to let me see in the future".
Because whenever you call out a black man for his physical, emotional or sexual abuse of a woman, some black people quickly turn the conversation to how a white man has been treated under similar circumstances.
But in 2017, O'Reilly was forced from his perch as the top-rated host on cable TV after five women accused him of sexual harassment.
R. Kelly has continuously denied the allegations and was acquitted in 2002 of child pornography charges, yet the evidence to the contrary is overwhelming.
Well, I have spoken to more than a dozen fearless women who have put their names and faces to the accusations they have made in BuzzFeed in July 2017, the big story that has revitalized interest in this sad tale.
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However, R. Kelly himself is not pleased, reportedly saying he is "disgusted" by the documentary's content (despite not having viewed it), and has plans to "sue everyone" involved the production of the show.
The discussion surrounding this issue has sparked heated debates but most importantly has raised awareness of the mistreatment of Black women. (What you don't see are many of those celebrities who worked with R. Kelly in the recent past, though they may already regret not participating.) When it was inconvenient to see the truth, to do what was right, people chose not to.
"I really don't want to believe that it's because Black girls don't matter enough", Pinkett Smith added. But I fear it might not be enough to take him down, so I'd like to point out what else you can do to help the #MuteRKelly campaign while all eyes are on this story. Since the show ended in the U.S. on Saturday, January 5, reports have emerged of what R Kelly has reportedly said about the series. It's disheartening. There has always been unequal coverage in mainstream media of missing, murdered and sex trafficked Black and Brown women.
If that isn't our #MeTooMovement moment, I don't know what is.