French Montana is clarifying his thoughts on R. Kelly.
TMZ held adult with a “Unforgettable” rapper after he achieved during halftime during a LA Rams’ diversion on Saturday night where he clearly shielded Kelly following a recover of Lifetime’s discouraging six-part docuseries ,Surviving R. Kelly, in that mixed women claimed passionate abuse during a hands of a RB singer.
Throughout this ordeal, Kelly has staunchly confirmed his innocence.
“All a greats went down like that,” Montana said, referencing Michael Jackson. “Let somebody suffer their legacy. Whatever happened, happened, man.”
Later, when asked if people should stop listening to Kelly’s song in light of a allegations he’s facing, Montana responded: “They [people] don’t let nobody have their mythological moments.”
But on Sunday, maybe feeling he feverishness from his comments, a 34-year-old performer motionless to chuck his support behind Kelly’s purported victims with a new tweet.
“Let me be clear. My heart is with a victims,” he wrote. “I never suspicion the people we looked adult to as a kid, who sang and danced and gave me wish to turn a luminary would turn drug addicts, child molestors and rapists. we am anticipating we as a enlightenment emanate improved leaders. We need them.”
Let me be clear. My heart is with a victims. we never suspicion a people we looked adult to as a kid, who sang and danced and gave me wish to turn a luminary would turn drug addicts, child molestors and rapists. we am anticipating we as a enlightenment emanate improved leaders. We need them.
— French Montana (@FrencHMonTanA) January 13, 2019
Since a recover of a docuseries, Hollywood has come out in droves to rebuke Kelly for his purported behavior. Lady Gaga is stealing her 2013 song with Kelly, “Do What U Want (With My Body),” from iTunes. In a sardonic tweet, John Legend explained his eagerness to attend in a array in which he acknowledged Kelly’s success while also denounced him in light of a allegations he’s facing.
“To everybody revelation me how bold we am for appearing in a doc, it didn’t feel unsure during all,” Legend wrote. “I trust these women and don’t give a f**k about safeguarding a sequence child rapist. Easy decision.”
Meanwhile, Kelly’s lawyer, Steven Greenberg, continues to urge a crooner.
“He’s unhappy that these women are doing this, that these families are doing it, that they’re ruining a gifted musician’s career,” he pronounced on CBS This Morning on Friday. Later, he combined that “there’s positively no justification [that] what they’re observant is true.”
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