Now that the full R. Kelly interview with CBS’ Gayle King has happened, most people recognize the levels of denial he appears to be in. Not only did Kelly refer to his “past” without directly admitting to sex with underage girls, he also, at one point, cried and then stood up and over Gayle as he got emotional over what he describes as a character assassination.
Here’s more from the interview where Kelly addresses the relationships he now has with the two women he lives with:
And here is an excerpt from King’s interview with Kelly’s live-in girlfriends:
WATCH: @GayleKing spoke to Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary about living with R. Kelly and their estranged relationship with their families. It made them very emotional.
— CBS This Morning (@CBSThisMorning) March 6, 2019
Embattled singer R. Kelly has come out swinging in new interview he conducted with CBS’ Gayle King. In the emotional interview, Kelly, who has now been arrested and bailed out on child abuse charges, says he’s innocent of what he’s been accused of but does mention he’s being judged by his “past.”
In the clip provided by CBS, Kelly says he’s “fighting for his life.”
NEW: R&B singer R. Kelly, charged with aggravated sexual abuse, angrily denied the accusations in a new interview with @GayleKing, insisting the claims are “rumors” & “not true.”
— CBS Evening News (@CBSEveningNews) March 5, 2019
The full Kelly interview will air at 7 a.m. ET Wednesday morning on CBS Morning News.
At this point, is there any way for Kelly to defend himself?
Now that you’ve heard directly from R. Kelly, what do you think should happen to him now?
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