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: