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Latest R. Kelly Accusations: Holding Young Women Captive

I really don’t have two beans to put in the pot for this guy. I was completely done with his previous record of inappropriate behavior with young girls. But it seems that it gets to be glossed over under some guise of mentorship? And since he was not convicted of a crime, or whatever the case may be, he continues to get away, time and time again.

I am only posting this video as a test, just to see how much traction it gets, while seriously, it does point to some of the most sickening ills in our world today, I am wondering if YouTube will find it within their illustrious power to allow this video to get some views.

The commentary in this article is very, very well spoken and needs to be heard. I am wondering if that may make this video go to the back of the YouTube bus just because it is well spoken.
Houston, we have a problem, and these unidentified predators along with the ones who are identified, need to have some serious work done on them for the sake of our children.
Our young children and youth are under attack, and for some reason it goes on unabated. Just saw a video of two big cops, handcuffing a 6 year old boy… was that really necessary? Handcuffs??? Because he is using profane language and five finger discounting.. He needs to be arrested and put in handcuffs??  Back in the day, a swift beating would be all that was needed. But in today’s world, the police can beat, handcuff, and in some cases, shoot our children right on the street, and with no remorse or accountability.
They keep saying we gotta go to the home front, but even there, we are being monitored and told just how much and in what way we can discipline our children, and then there’s the world that surrounds them, the media, the devices, movies, etc. that encourage disrespectful and lewd behavior.

From there we play the blame game and blame the children. In my video “Why Do We Blame the Children”
I discuss this very fact, we are the adults, it’s our responsibility to protect, nurture, care and secure our children. I ask the question, who is making these video games, the movies, the apps, the TV shows, the styles of dress that they wear, the food that they eat? And so forth?
Is there a child CEO who is overseeing all of this? No? Who is lying to and terrifying our children?
So, anyways, let’s look at this article and see what Tarana Burke to say about this so-called famous Black celebrity doing what he does as it relates to barely legal young ladies.
Excerpt from Atlanta Black Star:
This is Not a Think Piece — I Don’t Need to Think About How I Feel About R. Kelly by Tarana Burke
This is not a think piece.
I don’t need to think about how I feel about R. Kelly.
I’m not trying to land on a position, I’m not weighing the information, and I’m not taking a little time to process.
He’s trash. Full stop.
This is not a think piece.
There have been enough of them written, as well as exposés and articles and timelines about the horrendous sexually predatory behavior of Robert Sylvester Kelly. I don’t want to talk about him. I want to talk about them. The girls. The Black girls who he has stalked, preyed on, manipulated, terrorized, abused and discarded for the better part of two and a half decades.
The saddest fact I’ve learned is nobody matters less to our society than young black women. Nobody. They have any complaint about the way they are treated and they are “bitches, ho’s, and gold-diggers,” plain and simple. Kelly never misbehaved with a single white girl who sued him or that we know of. Mark Anthony Neal, the African-American scholar, makes this point: “One white girl in Winnetka and the story would have been different. No, it was young black girls, and all of them settled. They settled because they felt they could get no justice whatsoever. They didn’t have a chance.”
This quote is from Jim DeRogatis, the Chicago reporter who has spent the better part of a decade writing about and exposing the sexually deviant behavior of the R&B singer known as R. Kelly. This week DeRogatis published another exposé on the Buzzfeed platform alleging that Kelly is operating a “cult”-like commune where he is holding barely legal Black girls at homes in Atlanta and Chicago under the guise of mentorship and preparation for becoming recording artists. The details are horrid but not surprising. Ever since the first story surfaced about 28-year old Kelly marrying then-15-year old singer Aaliyah the allegations against him have grown more and more grotesque and depraved.

Full Article Here: 
This is Not a Think Piece — I Don’t Need to Think About How I Feel About R. Kelly
Further Reading

This is Not a Think Piece — I Don’t Need to Think About How I Feel About R. Kelly
Read the “Stomach-Churning” Sexual Assault Accusations Against R. Kelly in Full
Seriously, Why Are Some of Us Still Defending R. Kelly?
R. Kelly Responds to Past Sexual Assault Accusations
Former Jersey Journal reporter breaks story on R. Kelly ‘cult’ allegations
Sun-Times archive: R. Kelly accused of sex with teenage girls
Sex Trafficking’s True Victims: Why Are Our Black Girls/Women So Vulnerable?
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