OMG! K.Michelle Threatens To Tell “Truth” About Her Ex R.Kelly &The Sexual Allegations
ILOSM family, if you missed our previous story about K. Michelle blasting her ex-boyfriend, R.Kelly, Idris Elba, and others in a song, then you probably missed the fact that they were ever a couple altogether. That’s one relationship that very few people outside of the music industry really knew about at the time that they were dating. But according to K., she was really diggin’ Kellz, but there was one problem she had with him- she said he ‘controlled’ her too much.
Well now that the several allegations have surfaced against R.Kelly- some proven to be bogus and others still pending- K. Michelle has decided to speak very candidly, sorta, about the matter. In her new interview with Billboard Magazine, she was asked about Kellz and the sex cult allegations and that’s when she made a few surprising statements. She vowed to help the young ladies affiliated with Kelly and she said that she’s “not surprised” by the accusations against him. Check it out below…
Billboard: On “Build a Man” [K.’s song about R. Kelly, Idris Elba, and other celebrity exes of her’s], you talk about your relationship with R. Kelly and in the song, you call him “controlling.” With the recent news about him about him having a cult and controlling people, what do you make of this news in particular? Are you surprised by these allegations?
K. Michelle: “I’m not surprised by them, I’m actually going to be speaking more about it because I do feel like it’s my obligation as a woman to tell the truth and to do right by other females that are in the business and all these young women who don’t have a voice. So it’s been something that’s been toying and been really stressing me and I’ve been going back and forth with how to speak about it and how to do right for those girls and read some comments about one of the accusers. I went to a blog and I saw women tearing this little girl up. And it immediately brought tears to my eyes because I remember what that was like trying to tell about my abuse. I’ve dealt with other abuse and I tried to tell but when I was telling people were calling me a liar, they were bashing me, they were telling me I was hateful. To read those comments about these women, these young women, these little girls and how people were so naïve to reality or just didn’t give a fuck about the reality and to call these little girls liars and to really take them down, is something I don’t really know right now if I’m willing to stand aside and watch it happen. But I can honestly tell you right now that I have yet to find the proper platform and the proper way to protect and voice my support for these women. I’m not here to bash but right is right and wrong is wrong. That’s all I can really say right now.”
Bb: So do you believe that there’s truth to these allegations?
KM: “I can’t speak on it. I do believe that in every piece of the story there’s something that is true and I’ve learned so much from my mentor and it’s just the right time and place to say things, to do it properly so that the people you’re trying to help are actually helped instead of taunted so I’ll be speaking more about it but I’ll be doing it in the right way.”
Thoughts ILOSM family?