R. Kelly Talks Sexual Misconduct Claims in 19 Min Song
SINGER R. KELLY RELEASES 19-MINUTE-LONG SINGLE "I ADMIT" TO "SET THE RECORD STRAIGHT" ABOUT SEXUAL MISCONDUCT ALLEGATIONS
Singer R. Kelly releases 19-minute-long single “I admit” to “set the record straight” about sexual misconduct allegations
Chicago, IL (WLS) – Singer R. Kelly dropped a new single Monday morning, but it’s probably not what fans were expecting.
The song, titled “I Admit” goes on for a whopping 19 minutes.
During that time, Kelly gets defensive and addresses the multiple accusations of sexual misconduct against him while talking about the odds he has had to overcome to attain success.
In the expletive-ridden song, Kelly admits he’s made some mistakes, accuses his haters of trying to destroy his career and spend his money and references dropping out of high school.
The reason why he dropped the single was revealed near the end, as Kelly said he never thought it would come to this but had to set the record straight.
The song is available on Soundcloud for those who want to give it a listen.