R. Kelly Had To Seek Medical Attention After ‘Surviving R. Kelly’ And Here’s Why
Even though sources close to R. Kelly said he didn’t watch Lifetime’s Surviving R. Kelly, he hasn’t been doing too well since it aired. Since the docu-series fully exposed him for having sexual relationships with underage girls, he has been having panic attacks, TMZ reports.
The panic attacks reportedly began during the days leading up to the premiere of the three-part series and continued once it ended. One attack was so serious the 52-year-old had to seek medical attention at a hospital.
Kelly’s world began to change drastically after Surviving R. Kelly. His collaborators began speaking out against him and apologizing for doing songs with him after his child pornography charges. Celebs that regret getting in the studio with Kelz include Tank, Nick Cannon, Chance the Rapper, B2K and Lady Gaga. R. Kelly’s daughter, Buku Abi, formerly known as Joann Kelly, has even spoken out, saying she knows her father is a “monster.”
There are also criminal investigations building against the Chicago singer and songwriter. After allegations that Kelly was holding women against their will at his Georgia home, the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office in Georgia contacted Gerald A. Griggs, the lawyer for Timothy and Jonjelyn Savage, the parents of Jocelyn Savage. It was revealed in the series that Savage is one of the women that is apart of his sex cult. Even though she has denied being held against her will, her parents believe otherwise and have been trying to reach out to their daughter through the media to get her to return home.