R. Kelly Lawyer Mocks Lady Gaga / Says Her Career Needs Help

Published: Friday 11th Jan 2019 by David


Lady Gaga‘s attempt to apologise for working with R. Kelly has been met with skepticism and laughter by critics who say she is only apologising to save face.

One of those critics?

Kelly’s lawyer…

Mr. Kelly has not committed any crime. It is unfortunate the extent people want to put his past relationships under a microscope for their own personal gain.

But no one complained when they were living the glamorous Life as a rockstar Groupie or girlfriend. There are no victims — there are only those now exploiting Mr. Kelly for their 15 minutes of TMZ fame.

Mr. Kelly appreciates that she recognized his immense talent and collaborated with him to help her career, but finds it regrettable that she is now exploiting this controversy to try and help her in her effort to win an Oscar.

Robert’s lawyer issued the statement above hours after reading Gaga’s statement and accused her of using Kelly to stir up controversy when she thought it would help sales of her ‘ARTPOP’ album.

Unfortunately, he isn’t the only one who feels this way.

Gaga explained that her decision to seek out Kelly for the collaboration was fuelled by trauma and didn’t mean to disrespect his victims and survivors.


Read her powerful statement here.

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  1. Sweetnothings78 January 11, 2019

    I’m afraid everyone’s correct. She had ample time and didn’t do anything as she hoped it would all ‘blow over’. And now unfortunately she’s left looking very very very stupid!

  2. truthteller January 11, 2019

    As much as I loathe R. Kelly, his lawyer is partially right. These accusations have been floating around for years now. Lady Gaga is very late to the party to condemn him

  3. Sd January 11, 2019

    Gaga is an opportunist….. she was trying to appeal to an urban audience with the R. Kelly track. We ALL have heard the rumors about Kelly for years, she didn’t care, she was more concerned with her own success than victims of sexual abuse. It’s too late to play the social justice warrior role now. Bye bye Gaga!

  4. Karter January 11, 2019

    Unfortunately, I think the lawyer is right. I love GaGa but gave her the side eye after she apologized for working with him. Everyone has known about R. Kelly since the 90s so Gaga, who is older than me, knew as well. Not only did you work with him but on a song titled “Do What You Want” (to my body)..come on sis, you knew what you was doing! You knew Kellz was a freak! Don’t backpedal now! She saw the rise of R. Kelly’s sales after the Doc aired and she wanted a piece of that pie.

  5. Justme January 11, 2019

    Let her right her wrongs. It ain’t to late. It’s never to late. Ya’ll are just condemning her cuz it simple your jealous and don’t want her to win. Did ya’ll forget how big the movie and soundtrack is without her acknowledging this b******. She could’ve kept silent and moved on. That wasn’t a big song for her. So thank u. NEXT. There are people you know that won’t give back a wallet or phone if they found it. So stop it with this I ain’t never done a bad thing or regretted something once someone brings it to my attention. Yall saying she is guilty by association and there are people killing people and yall know who did it or got word who did

  6. DanYiel Iman January 11, 2019

    Needs help? She’s been on top for a while I doubt she needs the help of any rap/abuser of young BLACK GIRLS/WOMEN!!??‍♂️BLACKS ARE NEVER BELIEVED IF THE VICTIMS ARE BLACK AS WELL!!??‍♂️

    • LUCKI January 11, 2019

      Did you read? He’s saying that she’s only speaking out because she’s campaigning for an Oscar. We all know Lady Gaga’s career is solid.

  7. Jujumanji January 11, 2019

    This is one of the most ridiculous things ever said. You think Oscar voters give a f*ck about R. Kelly? Damn his whole payroll is delusional.

    • JOHNVIDAL January 11, 2019

      These lunatics know very little more than the few urban music they listen to.

    • Jasmine January 11, 2019

      Yes the Oscars know R. Kelly VERY WELL. They know they should have given the King of R&B an Oscar for I Believe I can Fly. Yall hillbilly haters can stick a fork in it. All this hate ONLY because he is black. White men get accused of the same thing and yall TURN A BLIND EYE TO IT. The same people hating are the same people that were conceived to his music and the same people who’se favorites got hits from the King of R&B writing and producing their songs:

      1992: “Born Into the 90s” with Public Announcement
      1992: “Hangin’ Out” with Public Announcement
      1992: “Dedicated” with Public Announcement
      1992: “Definition of a Hotti” with Public Announcement
      1992: “Hey Love (Can I Have a Word)” with Public Announcement (feat. Mr. Lee)
      1992: “Honey Love” with Public Announcement
      1992: “I Know What You Need” with Public Announcement
      1992: “Keep It Street” with Public Announcement
      1992: “She’s Got That Vibe” with Public Announcement
      1992: “She’s Loving Me” with Public Announcement
      1992: “Slow Dance” with Public Announcement
      1995: “(You To Be) Be Happy” (feat. The Notorious B.I.G.)
      1996: “All Of My Days” by Changing Faces (feat. JAY-Z)
      1996: “Be My Lady” by Whodini (feat. R. Kelly)
      1997: “It’s On” by Mary J. Blige (feat. R. Kelly)
      1998: “Dollar Bill” (feat. Foxy Brown)
      1998: “Ghetto Queen” (feat. Crucial Conflict)
      1998: “I’m Your Angel” Duet with Celine Dion
      1998: “The Interview” (feat. Suzanne LeMignot)
      1998: “Money Makes The World Go Round” (feat. Nas)
      1998: “We Ride” (feat. Cam’Ron, Noreaga, Jay-Z and Vegas Cats)
      1998: “Be Careful” by Sparkle (feat. R. Kelly)
      1999: “Satisfy You” by Puff Daddy (feat. R. Kelly)
      2000: “Fiesta” (feat. Boo & Gotti)
      2001: “Contagious” by The Isley Brothers (feat. R. Kelly and Chanté Moore)
      2002: “The Best of Both Worlds” with JAY-Z
      2002: “Break Up to Make Up” with JAY-Z
      2002: “Get This Money” with JAY-Z
      2002: “Honey” with JAY-Z
      2002: “Green Light” with JAY-Z (feat. Beanie Sigel)
      2002: “It Ain’t Personal” with JAY-Z
      2002: “P—y” with JAY-Z (feat. Devin the Dude)
      2002: “The Return” with JAY-Z
      2002: “Shake Ya Body” with JAY-Z (feat. Lil Kim)
      2002: “Shorty” with JAY-Z
      2002: “Somebody’s Girl” with JAY-Z
      2002: “The Streets” with JAY-Z
      2002: “Take You Home With Me aka Body” with JAY-Z
      2003: “Ghetto Religion” (feat. Wyclef Jean)
      2003: “Showdown” (feat. Ronald Isley)
      2003: “Gangsta Girl” by Big Tymers (feat. R. Kelly)
      2003: “Gigolo” by Nick Cannon (feat. R. Kelly)
      2004: “Big Chips” with JAY-Z
      2004: “Break Up (That’s All We Do)” with JAY-Z
      2004: “Don’t Let Me Die” with JAY-Z
      2004: “Feelin’ You in Stereo” with JAY-Z
      2004: “Mo’ Money” with JAY-Z (feat. Twista)
      2004: “Pretty Girls” with JAY-Z
      2004: “The Return” with JAY-Z
      2004: “Stop” with JAY-Z(feat. Foxy Brown)
      2004: “She’s Coming Home With Me” with JAY-Z
      2004: “We Got ‘Em Goin” with JAY-Z (feat. Memphis Bleek)
      2004: “3-Way Phone Call” (feat. Kelly Price, Kim Burrell & Maurice Mahon)
      2004: “Calling All Girls” by ATL (feat. R. Kelly)
      2004: “Wonderful” by Ja Rule (feat. R. Kelly & Ashanti)
      2005: “Burn It Up” (feat. Wisin and Yandell)
      2005: “Girls Go Crazy” (feat. Baby)
      2005: “Happy Summertime” (feat. Snoop Dogg)
      2005: “Hit It Til The Mornin’” (feat. Twista and Do Or Die)
      2005: “Playa’s Only” (feat. The Game)
      2005: “Reggae Bump Bump” (feat. Elephant Man)
      2005: “Touchin’” (feat. Nivea)
      2005: “Hypnotic” by Syleena Johnson (feat. R. Kelly & Fabolous)
      2007: “Best Friend” (feat. Keyshia Cole and Polow Da Don)
      2007: “The Champ” (feat. Swizz Beatz)
      2007: “Double Up” (feat. Snoop Dogg)
      2007: “Get Dirty” (feat. Chamillionaire)
      2007: “Hook It Up” (feat. Huey)
      2007: “Rock Star” (feat. Ludacris and Kid Rock)
      2007: “Same Girl” Duet with Usher
      2007: “Tryin’ to Get a Number” (feat. Nelly)
      2007: “All The Above” by Beanie Sigel (feat. R. Kelly)
      2007: “Go Getta” by Young Jeezy (feat. R. Kelly)
      2009: “Crazy Night” (feat. R. City)
      2009: “Number One” (feat. Keri Hilson)
      2009: “Pregnant” (feat. Tyrese, Robin Thicke and The-Dream)
      2009: “Supaman High” (feat. OJ Da Juiceman)
      2010: “Love Is” (feat. K. Michelle)
      2010: “Sign of a Victory” (feat. Soweto Spiritual Singers)
      2013: “Do What U Want” by Lady Gaga (feat. R. Kelly)
      2013: “All The Way” (feat. Kelly Rowland)
      2013: “Legs Shakin’” (feat. Ludacris)
      2013: “My Story” (feat. 2 Chainz)
      2013: “Show Ya P—y” (feat. Migos & Juicy J)
      2013: “Spend That” (feat. Jeezy)
      2013: “Tear It Up” (feat. Future)
      2013: “PYD” by Justin Bieber (feat. R. Kelly)
      2014: “It’s Your World” by Jennifer Hudson (feat. R. Kelly)
      2014: “Betcha Gon’ Know” by Mariah Carey (feat. R. Kelly)
      2014: “Drown in It” by Chris Brown (feat. R. Kelly)
      2014: “Keep Doin’ That (Rich B****)” by Rick Ross (feat. R. Kelly)
      2015: “Actress” by Ty Dolla $ign (feat. R. Kelly)
      2015: “Anything Goes” (feat. Ty Dolla $ign)
      2015: “I Just Want to Thank You” (feat. Wizkid)”
      2015: “Let’s Be Real Now” (feat. Tinashe)
      2015: “Let’s Make Some Noise” (feat. Jhené Aiko)
      2015: “Marching Band” (feat. Juicy J)
      2015: “Switch Up” (feat. Lil Wayne & Jeremih)
      2015: “Wanna Be There” (feat. Ariirayé)
      2015: “Glory to the Lord” by King Los (feat. R. Kelly)
      2017: “Juicy Booty” by Chris Brown (feat. Jhené Aiko and R. Kelly)

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