10 Celebrities Who’ve Condemned R. Kelly Since The Documentary Aired

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Tamar Braxton

Tamar, like so many of us, never hid the fact that she was a fan of R. Kelly’s music. In fact, she often cited “Bump N Grind,” as her favorite song. But after she viewed the first part of the documentary, even she had to acknowledge the bullsh*t. But the way she chose to do it, ended up getting her dragged. In a tweet she’s since deleted, she wrote:

“#SurvivingRKelly yeah he did that BS but the rest of Y’all punk a$$es did the WORK 4him 4yo fckn benefit! Everyone stood back & watched & did NOTHING! Then so quick to nail Rob 2the cross! Y’all R JUST as guilty! [angry face emoji] in my opinion he’s reacting to his OWN abuse! NoneedTBshame.com”

You can see how her words take the onus off of Kelly and place it on his employees. She further absolves him by pointing to his own abuse. Still, she detracts from the person who acted and damaged other people’s lives. Kelly.

Later, Tamar, who is also the victim of sexual abuse, deleted her tweet and tried to explain why she said what she did.

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