#SurvivingRKelly: R. Kelly’s alleged Sex Slaves filmed cheering at his 2016 Concert
R. Kelly’s alleged sex slaves were reportedly filmed at the front and cheering at his 2016 concert, as confirmed in a video shared by TMZ.
R. Kelly’s alleged sex slaves identified as Joycelyn Savage, Dominique Gardner and Azriel Clary, stood next to each other in clear view of Kelly while he was onstage. The woman who recorded the clip shouts, “Tell your father come over here” … because she thought the girls were young, but it was gathered they were 18 or older at that time.
However, the 3 women who appeared on the “Surviving R. Kelly” docu-series, claimed that R. Kelly held them against their will. From the video, however, it seemed the ladies were thorough — and voluntarily — enjoying themselves at the concert.
From the “Surviving R. Kelly” docu-series, It was learned that Dominique’s mother convinced her to flee from Kelly. Joycelyn and Azriel are still living with him. Joycelyn has often said on camera that she’s fine. Meanwhile, Azriel’s family has reported her as a missing person, claiming that she has been brainwashed by the singer.
Here is the video below;
The series, “Surviving R. Kelly,” includes testimony from several women who accuse the singer of abuse, as well as commentary from Mr. Kelly’s critics, including the founder of the #MeToo movement, Tarana Burke, and the singer John Legend.
The six episodes, each an hour long, cover the long history of allegations against Mr. Kelly. They feature women who described being controlled or abused by him, often when they were teenagers, as well as associates and relatives of the singer.
Mr. Kelly has continuously denied the allegations against him. The documentary has become the subject of widespread attention and fierce debate on social media, with much-expressing gratitude to the women who continue to tell their stories.