Kelly Collaboration From Streaming Services

Kelly Collaboration From Streaming Services

Kelly Collaboration From Streaming Services

That being said, being critical means keeping the same energy when it's your favs.

In a lengthy statement shared to her social media accounts early Thursday, the award-winning singer and actress apologized for collaborating with Kelly on a 2013 song titled "Do What U Want", and vowed to pull the track from iTunes and streaming services.

Gaga, who was asked by the producer of the Surviving R Kelly documentary, Dream Hampton, to appear in the film declined.

The singer recently spoke out on the allegations R.Kelly is now facing and apologized for ever working with him. "I was working on ARTPOP and I wrote ['Do What U Want"] on tour.

Write what you want, say what you want 'bout me If you're wondering, know that I'm not sorry Do what you want, what you want with my body What you want with my body!

If you are living in Chicago and a longtime fan of Kelly, then you'd be aware, even if vaguely, of the accusations against him and the infamous "pee tape" allegations that went on from 2002 until 2008. Gaga could summon the strength to sing her heart out about her own abuse, about some others' abuse, but not the alleged serial abuse of her ex-collaborator?

The song also has an alternate version with Christina Aguilera, which was released at a time when R. Kelly's behavior was the focal point of a Village Voice story in 2013.

Despite that initial encounter, Williams said that she continued to see Kelly for six more years, but notes it was fear that drove her to return to the singer.

Dash shared that, because of his relationship with Aaliyah, he wanted no part of making R. Kelly's 2002 record, The Best of Both Worlds, leaving it to Jay-Z to work on (via Perez Hilton). Especially if it is against someone she has worked closely with.

'When I got in the cab, I got an envelope with $1,000. I believe these women and don't give a fuck about protecting a serial child rapist. But it just was so much hurt for her to revisit it.

According to police, there is a warrant against R. Kelly's former manager for terroristic threats stemming from a May 2018 phone call. She has been in touch with families from the docu-series who are looking for their loved ones.

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