Gayle King interviews 2 women who are reportedly dating R. Kelly

Gayle King interviews 2 women who are reportedly dating R. Kelly

Kelly said he instructed the bank teller to open a new account and move his money in there, and claimed he didn't have access to his funds to pay his bond $100,000 bond while he was in prison earlier this year. "After speaking with her little sister, Joycelyn paused from the seemingly prepared script and was able to share her love for her family". "She is not telling the truth", Kelly told King. "All these women are wrong, ' and I go, 'All these women are lying except for you?' That just defies logic", she said. For four years, they have known.

"Sometime last month we received information from the Chicago Police Department of a possible victim that was allegedly sexually assaulted by R. Kelly sometime I believe in 2001", said Detroit Police Chief James Craig.

According to court documents, Kelly owed more than $169,000 in unpaid child support to his former wife as of February 6.

Hours later, Kelly went to the child-support hearing "expecting to leave".

The two women who say they are living with R. Kelly on their own accord, gave an explosive interview on CBS This Morning, contradicting their parents' claims that they have been brainwashed and held against their will by the embattled singer.

Kelly became emotional, saying such allegations have left him unable to spend time with his children.

"A very strong relationship", Savage said. "King laughed and recounted how after Dana Perino corrected Watters on-air, she got Perino's email address and wrote: "'Thank you for letting him know that we're two different people, and could you let the rest of your colleagues know that all black people do not look alike.

John Shearer  Invision  AP  REX  Shutterstock
John Shearer Invision AP REX Shutterstock

CBS plans to air the entire interview on Friday at 8 p.m. She called her father a "manipulator", and said that both her parents had threatened her and Kelly to get money. "My parents told me to lie about my age to him".

He said that their parents were OK with the girls being with him until they were "getting no money from me".

"What I saw on TV this morning, about the way he acted, when he got upset, I can only imagine what he does behind closed doors", Savage's mother Jonjelyn said.
He added, "Because I was so exhausted of not knowing where my money was, what my publishing is".

King asks: "Tell me Azriel, why you're crying". When King asked for clarity if both of the young women were involved with Kelly, they replied that "we both have our individual relationships with him and we're all a family".

"This is all f***ing lies for money and if you can't see that then you're ignorant and you're stupid".

Savage's family held a press conference on Tuesday, the same day that an interview with Kelly aired on CBS This Morning. "Why would I do that?" he said. "I don't think Robert is re-programmable", Wendy said about the rapper whose real name is Robert Kelly, before she deemed Kelly's situation as "horrible". Sadly, like so many girls before them, Azriel and Joycelyn Savage have been manipulated and convinced by Kelly to lie to protect him from serious criminal charges.

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