The revelations in Lifetime’s shocking R. Kelly documentary are sending the Twitterverse into an uproar.
The first part of the six-part series aired on Thursday night and features wide-ranging interviews with R. Kelly’s family members, former friends and colleagues, but most notably, women who claim that for decades the hit-making singer and producer used his power and influence to sexually and physically abuse women and young girls.
Most of the praise for the documentary is rooted in the idea that the music community knew about the 51-year-old’s alleged behavior and continued to cover up for him.
Others also criticized some viewers’ argument that the girls and women involved should’ve known better.
And praised the network for taking a stand:
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