R. Kelly Speaks On Sexual Allegations, Aaliyah, Being Broke, And Admits He Was Molested in “I Admit”
R. Kelly talks about a lot in his 19-minute song, “I Admit.” Talking about Aaliyah, Wendy Williams, addressing the sexual allegations, and calling out people in his past. Kelly also admits that he signed his publishing rights away not being able to read, and that he is broke. In his song of admittance, he still doesn’t admit to any sexual misconduct or abuse, but merely talks about it.
Kelly on his alleged sex cult:
“Said I’m abusing these women, what the f— that’s some absurd sh–/ They’re brainwashed, really?/ Kidnapped, really?/ Can’t eat, really?/ Real talk, that sh– sound silly.”
Kelly on his on past sexual abuse:
“Now, I admit a family member touched me/ From a child to the age 14/ While I laid asleep, took my virginity.”
Kelly on his sit-down with Wendy Williams:
“She said ‘What about Aaliyah said?’/ Love/ She said ‘What about the tape?’/ I said hush/ I said my lawyer said ‘don’t say nothin”/ But I can tell you I’ve been set up.”
Listen to the song below.