Published: Sun, March 10, 2019
Culture&Arts | By Rick Owen

Kenan Thompson’s R. Kelly Plays Victim and Breaks Into Song

Kenan Thompson’s R. Kelly Plays Victim and Breaks Into Song

During the interview, Kelly was asked about his relationship with the two women he now lives with, Azriel Clary, 21, and Joycelyn Savage, 23.

"I made a lot of mistakes in my life", Kelly, played by the ever-versatile Thompson, commented near the start of the interview. "Never in my entire life met Mr. Kelly". You guys are believing some f-king facade that our parents are saying.

"Yes I did, I said that to her", King added to Colbert.

"I gave you "Trapped in a Closet, ' 'Feelin" on Yo Booty, ' 'Age Ain't Nothing But a Number, ' and so many other clues, and this is how you repay me!?" he demands.

Both girls continued the interview, and claim their parents willingly left the in the hands of R. Kelly and are only speaking in an effort to scam money for a quick come up.

"... When I was 17, my parents were actually making me, trying to get me to take photos with him, take sexual videos with him, all kinds of stuff...", Clary alleged in the interview. They made me seem like I was the devil. Dressed conservatively, Clary in all black and Savage in a red pantsuit, they could work at a law firm.

Andrea Kelly was one of several women to speak in the Lifetime docu-series, Surviving R. Kelly.

Angelo Clary and Avenatti strongly denied pushing his daughter into a relationship with Kelly for financial gain. She recounted to her This Morning co-hosts how he stood just outside the room throughout her conversation with the women, coughing loudly in an ostensible effort to make his presence felt.

Joycelyn also disputed reports she even wanted to pursue a singing career.

Saturday Night Live kicked off its latest episode with a parody of R Kelly's CBS interview this week.

The parents of the two women who have allegedly been brainwashed by singer R. Kelly are not backing down from the singer in an attempt to get their daughters back.

To do any less would have constituted journalistic malpractice.

Perhaps the best joke, though, comes at the end when SNL's Kelly attempts to yell the iconic, "Live from NY, it's Saturday Night!"

The singer, 52, has denied all allegations of any wrongdoing, and the women, Azriel Clary, 21, and Joycelyn Savage, 23, defended him during the interview. "I don't want you just ranting at the camera".

King talked to him and to two women whose parents accuse Kelly of controlling their daughters. As Robson and Safechuck tell it, they grew up thinking of their relationships with a rich, powerful and widely revered musician as love stories, too. I don't know what to do. Safechuck admitted to feeling guilty about coming forward even after Jackson's death. When asked why he thinks people are saying that about him, Kelly explained, "Probably because it looks like I have a harem of young girls, and that I'm starting a cult".

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