R. Kelly is reportedly set to tell his side of the story via a new program tagged Surviving Lies, just after Lifetime’s docu-series Surviving R. Kelly aired to tarnish his image
The R & B legend was accused of horrific abuse by multiple women in the docuseries. But he maintains his innocence and intends to “expose” his accusers via a new website called survivinglies.com.
Sources close to R. Kelly reportedly revealed that he and his team are in the middle of launching the site.
The website will reportedly attempt to expose his accusers as liars and expose the motivation behind their allegations.
At the moment, the website is not live, but there is a Facebook account with the same name. It appears that Asante McGee, who was featured in the docuseries, is the first target to be exposed by R. Kelly.
The Facebook page Surviving Lies shared a video linked to YouTube. The video features an audio conversation that allegedly features Asante’s daughter and ex-boyfriend exposing her accusations. The people on the audio have not been verified, but the page is claiming that it is Asante’s daughter and ex-boyfriend.