A new documentary set to shine a bright light on R. Kelly‘s alleged abuse of little girls & grown women has bagged a major deal this month.
Good news for its producers…bad news for the self-proclaimed Pied Piper.
Why? It’s set to impact at least 17 million viewers…in the United States alone.
Kelly, who denies claims that he is a dirty paedophile, is accused of raping several minors (including the late singer Aaliyah and a relative of the singer Sparkle), and forcing the women in his supposed sex cult to sleep with “paying customers.”
Now, he is to learn that efforts to dismantle his prostitution ring have intensified with the help of the streaming service Hulu!
‘Shadow & Act’ reports…
Hulu has ordered a documentary feature from BuzzFeed News that will focus on the R&B singer’s alleged sexual abuse of black women and girls.
The documentary will include reporting by Jim DeRogatis and Marisa Carroll, the BuzzFeed News reporter who broke the story on R. Kelly’s alleged sex cult. The documentary will also feature interviews with prominent figures in Kelly’s past, as well as several survivors of the singer’s alleged abuse. The singer was indicted on multiple accounts of child pornography before being acquitted in 2002.
Troubling news for the singer.
For, the project is supported by an ex-girlfriend who recently revealed that she has proof that Kelly was only acquitted because the courts were unable to prove that the girl he was filmed urinating on was a minor.
Troubling, because said ex-girlfriend says she knows exactly who the girl in the video is and exactly how old she was when it was filmed!
Kelly is yet to respond to this development or news that Lifetime is also planning to lift the lid on his actions with two projects it is air in the coming months.