American pop star R. Kelly is under fire as witnesses surface accusing him of being the leader of an Illuminati-like cult.
Parents have told police in America that R. Kelly is running an abusive “cult” that’s tearing families apart, and three former members of Kelly’s inner circle have confirmed the story to the media.
According to Buzzfeed News Agency, “It was as if she was brainwashed. [She] looked like a prisoner — it was horrible,” a desperate parent said thus of her daughter who has since been indoctrinated by the R&B superstar.
“I hugged her and hugged her,” she continues, “But she just kept saying she’s in love and [Kelly] is the one who cares for her. I don’t know what to do. I hope that if I get her back, I can get her treatment for victims of cults. They can reprogram her. But I wish I could have stopped it from happening.”
Meanwhile R Kelly has vehemently denied the explosive allegations that he’s the mastermind behind the abusive “cult” that subjects women to sex slavery.
A representative for the singer has since told the American Celebrity News Magazine, TMZ, that “Mr. Robert Kelly is both alarmed and disturbed by the recent revelations attributed to him. Mr. Kelly unequivocally denies such accusations and will work diligently and forcibly to pursue his accusers and clear his name.”
A BuzzFeed report paints R. Kelly as a monster who allegedly housed 6 women in Chicago and Atlanta and controlled their everyday lives — from when they can shower, eat and use the restroom to how they can dress and engage in sexual encounters.
According to the grapevine, police has confirmed that in Georgia and Illinois conducted welfare checks for one of the women, at her parents’ request.
And as it turned out, the woman said she was fine and “did not want to be bothered with her parents.”
Kelly has sold nearly 60 million albums during his 25-year career, and though his relevance is fading somewhat from the heyday of “I Believe I Can Fly” and “The Storm Is Over,” he remains a major star in high demand for concerts, endorsements, television and radio appearances, and glossy magazine profiles.
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