Keke Palmer ‘Hurt and ‘Saddened’ After Watching ‘Surviving R. Kelly’: ‘He Has Slapped God within the Face’

Keke Palmer got here into contact with R. Kelly as a scholar of his music earlier in her profession, the place she obtained recommendation from the R&B star at a number of factors. After viewing the Surviving R. Kelly docuseries this week (Jan. 9), Palmer emotionally shared that she could be standing along with her sisters, who bravely got here ahead sharing their alleged traumatizing experiences with Kelly. 

The hyphenate entertainer penned a heartfelt response to the Lifetime documentary following an hour straight of crying, as she put it. "As a scholar of R. Kelly’s for the time I used to be and having been round his gentle and understanding the obstacles he overcame as a baby to really be birthed into the musical genius he's immediately," she started, reflecting on her time with Kells. 

Palmer added, "Many folks expertise hardships and don't permit themselves to search out freedom via their ardour sufficient to shine a lightweight. R. Kelly obtained that grace from God. God blessed him to vindicate his childhood shortcomings and but nonetheless he has slapped God within the face by his actions in the direction of these girls."

The "Bossy" artist refuses to just accept that Kelly allegedly took benefit of weak girls for many years at a time. "I'm damage and saddened as a result of he might have been a blessing to those girls however as an alternative he repeatedly took benefit and that I can't settle for," Palmer concluded. "I'll stand by my sisters as a result of that’s merely what’s proper and what I hope discontinues this habits in anybody."

Back in 2017, the 25-year-old detailed her interactions working with R. Kelly to Billboard. "I spent quite a lot of time working with R. Kelly and one factor that he informed me, he was like, ‘Keke, you don’t have to shrink back out of your appearing," Palmer stated. "You carry that to part of your music. You make that take your music to the following stage.'" In a separate interview, the Disney little one star admitted she's had some experiences within the business that she's deemed as "uncomfortable."

Check out Keke Palmer's publish about Surviving R. Kelly under. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Just finished Surviving R. Kelly and I have spent the last hour crying. As a student of R. Kelly’s for the time I was and having been around his light and understanding the obstacles he overcame as a child to actually be birthed into the musical genius he is today... All to put others through the same darkness he was running from is the most disheartening thing to accept. Many people experience hardships and do not allow themselves to find freedom through their passion enough to shine a light. R. Kelly received that grace from God. God blessed him to vindicate his childhood shortcomings and yet still he has slapped God in the face by his actions towards these women. I am hurt and saddened because he could have been a blessing to these women but instead he repeatedly took advantage and that I can not accept. I will stand by my sisters because that’s simply what’s right and what I hope discontinues this behavior in anyone. We have to be good to eachother, not all of us accept the light but those of us that do must be responsible!!!! We can not take advantage of each other or accept when someone else does. --

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