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Video: “You’re embarrassing me” – R. Kelly’s Alleged Captive wants Dad to stop talking

As the controversy surrounding R. Kelly‘s alleged “abusive sex cult” deepens, one of his alleged captives Joycelyn Savage has called on her father to stop embarrassing her and their family after he dared R. Kelly to sue him.

Joycelyn’s video:

The parents had, in a report published by Buzzfeed on Monday, said that their daughter is being held against her will in R. Kelly’s rented mansion.

Joycelyn’s father, had also in a video released after she said she’s fine and happy where she’s at, said she didn’t disclose her location because “she’s not allowed to”.

He said that R. Kelly should sue him, adding that he is praying for his daughter.

Joycelyn’s father’s video:

R. Kelly had also refuted the allegations.



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