Jul 18, 2017 12:20AM

Parents Accuse Full Susso R Kelly Of Holding Their Daughters In A Cult

NOPE.
In absolutely repulsive news, it has been reported today that serial suss dog R Kelly has been accused of holding multiple women against their will at his Atlanta and Chicago homes.
 
The revelation comes from BuzzFeed News via journo Jim DeRogatis — who has been covering R Kelly for nearly twenty years, and first broke the story of the 'Age Ain't Nothing but a Number' producer's alleged predation of teen girls.
 
The report sees several parents claim their daughters are being held in the cult-like situation, and it quotes former members of R Kelly's crew supporting the claims — Asante McGee recalls a relationship R Kelly had with a 17-year-old woman, who was left on the tour bus for three days and was not allowed to come out. "He said she didn't do her homework — that's why she was punished — which was very confusing, because she had just graduated [high school] over the summer," Asante says. "I just couldn't understand what a man almost 50 is doing having sex with someone the same age as his daughter."
 
Apparently the women have had their phones controlled, which also means social media use. They can't leave the homes without permission. They have very strict rules and punishment, specifically if they are seen to be flirting with other men. Their sexual encounters are filmed. They have to call R Kelly 'daddy'. It's filth.
 
The women first came in contact with R Kelly with the idea that he'd mentor them. He'd help record demos and have them perform with him. It's a very scary abuse of power, which is now out of control of the parents and apparently police. 
 
One mother "closed her businesses, became a relentless amateur detective, and shared her findings with the FBI and police in two states," The report says. "But their daughter isn't a missing person – at least not in the eyes of the law. She still lives with Kelly and says she's doing fine, despite her parents telling the police that she is 'being held against her will' in what they call a 'cult.'"
 
Photo: r-kelly.com

Hayley Morgan