R. Kelly? Simply put: The man is a freak and he ought to be in jail for lots of years. His given name is Robert Sylvester Kelly. Really....

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R. Kelly is responding to the recent resurfacing of the infamous sexual assault allegations against him, and he doesn't seem too bothered by the scandal.

A week following the release of his 12th studio album, Black Panties, R.'s infamous sexual past and legal drama were detailed in The Village Voice.

The story detailing the star’s various accusations of relationships with underage girls is not new. He was sued dozens of times, arrested and charged.

He was never convicted in criminal court, though numerous lawsuits involving graphic, sickening R. Kelly sexual abuse were settled out of court.

The Village Voice's point was largely that Kelly gets a pass from the media nowadays, and should not, given his shady past and predatory ways.

The singer responded to the story and those who are revisiting his controversial past during a radio interview with Big Tigger on Atlanta’s V-103:

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It's been nearly 15 years since music journalist Jim DeRogatis of Chicago Sun-Times was anonymously delivered two videos that would change his life.

Those videos depicted R&B star R. Kelly engaging in sexual acts with underage girls.

Now the host of the syndicated public radio show and a professor at Columbia College, DeRogatis didn't just break the story that shocked the nation.

He did the only significant reporting on the accusations against Kelly, interviewing hundreds of people over the years, including dozens of women.

Women whose lives DeRogatis says were ruined by Kelly, who went unpunished.

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This summer, leading up to Kelly's headlining performance at the Pitchfork Music Festival, DeRogatis posted a series of discussions about Kelly's career.

He published a live review of the singer's festival set that was an indictment of Pitchfork and its audience for essentially endorsing a man he calls "a monster."

In the two weeks since Kelly released his album Black Panties, the conversation about him and why he gets a pass from the media has been rekindled.

As part of an exhaustive interview with the Village Voice, DeRogatis gave access to every file and transcript he has collected in reporting this story.

DeRogatis speaks frankly when he opines that "the saddest fact I've learned is nobody matters less to our society than young black women. Nobody."

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by Hilton Hater at

Kanye West recently compared himself to a soldier in battle when he takes the stage.

Tila Tequila said Hitler was a misunderstood dreamer who had love for the shows.

But both celebrities now need to stand in line behind R. Kelly for Most Ridiculously Hilarious and Offensive Quote of the Week.

  • R. Kelly Red Carpet Pic
  • Chris Brown in Red Pants

Speaking to Great Britian's The Guardian, the artist first said he only feels sorry for "weak people," adding:

"Mostly what I've come to find is that the weak people are the ones that are the haters."

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by Tattle Taylor at

What happens when Benedict Cumberbatch and R. Kelly appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live on the same night?

The late night host had the classically trained British actor read R. Kelly's sexy lyrics, of course. What else would he do? 

Benedict Cumberbatch recited R. Kelly's song "Genius," from his forthcoming Black Panties album. The result is, well, actually sexy. And hilarious. 

You had us at the second line, Benedict. 

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Lady Gaga and R. Kelly were at it again at Sunday's American Music Awards 2013, getting down and dirty on their new single "Do What U Want."

Last weekend's SNL dry-humping-fest would be tough to top, but this is Mother Monster and R. They were more than up to the task in this case.

At the AMAs, she got straddled by "President Robert" in what appeared to be the Oval Office following a little White House role play of sorts. Oh yes:

The racy duet started with some flirty telephone action between the gross Commander in Chief and ended with a nostalgic twist to Gaga's career.

It seemed to echo Marilyn Monroe's fling with President John F. Kennedy 50 years ago, fitting (we guess) in light of a JFK-news dominated week.

Everything from the blond wig, the beaded dance ensemble, to the bold red lips hinted that the singer was trying to channel her inner Marilyn.

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The hook of Lady Gaga's new song is “Do what you want with my body” and it’s fair to say R. Kelly took that message to heart this weekend on the SNL stage.

Performing their hit “Do What U Want” on Saturday Night Live, the two singers got down and dirty and left little to the imagination, live from New York ...

Perhaps given the two people involved - Gaga always goes hard on stage, and R. is R. - perhaps we could have predicted the two singers dry humping.

Still, you never quite believe such things until you lay eyes on them.

At first, Gaga's risque plunging neckline and glittery jumpsuit felt almost run-of-the-mill by Mother Monster standards, but then Kelly took the stage.

As is often the case with Kelly, the duet took on a much more sexual vibe. Gaga kneeled down in front of him a position that suggested oral sex.

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Lady Gaga has released her latest single, "Do What U Want," featuring R. Kelly, and its message to haters is a fairly direct one: Do what you want, people.

At least when it comes to weight critiques, drug speculation or Lady Gaga hermaphrodite rumors. Do what you want with her body. You can't have her mind!

Deep.

The funky dance track has the duo taking on critics, singing, "You can't have my heart / And you won't use my mind but / Do what you want with my body."

Among R. Kelly's more prominent lyrics: "Do what I want with your body / Back of the club, taking shots, getting naughty / No invitations, it's a private party."

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We don't typically give props to singers who allegedly urinate on 14-year old girls during sex... but this is pretty good stuff from R. Kelly.

During a concert at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles over the weekend, two women were fighting over a seat in the crowd.

How did R. Kelly handle it? He maintaining his composure and simply called for security, via song! Okay, he definitely cursed a bit, too.

But the artist melodically make sure the situation is taken care of in this clip:

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Nearly eight months since Whitney Houston died in Beverly Hills, close friend and world famous producer Clive Davis has given fans a chance to listen to new music from the legendary artist.

Davis called in this morning to "On Air with Ryan Seacrest" and premiered "I Look to You," a duet between Houston and R. Kelly that the former recorded not long before her tragic demise.

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Bad news for fans of artists who like to urinate on teenage girls R. Kelly: the musician has been forced to cancel a number of appearances this week due to what his rep is describing as a "health emergency."

The artist was scheduled to appear at a book launch in New York City tonight, but has been "sidelined in Chicago," according to an insider who tells TMZ:

"We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this has caused."

Kelly has also backed out of a performance on Jimmy Fallon and on The Today Show, with his camp telling the site:

"Initial indications are that he is suffering from complications from surgery he had last year to treat an abscess on his vocal cords... It is unclear how long Kelly may be sidelined."

We wish the controversial singer a full recovery. We guess.

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