Following the airing of Lifetime’s six-part docu-series, ‘Surviving R. Kelly’, which ended on Saturday (January 5), sources close to the R&B legend have revealed that he is getting ready to “sue everybody who had anything do with this,” according to a report by TMZ.
For three nights, the clips unveiled chilling details of R. Kelly‘s alleged sordid past which immediately sparked outrage across social media.
Prior to Thursday’s (January 3) premiere, Kelly’s lawyer Brian Nix reportedly threatened to sue the American television network if the show aired.
Kelly, despite not watching any of it is believed to be “disgusted” by the series and thinks everyone who contributed in it has a “vendetta” against him.
Kelly also claims he didn’t know half the people who were interviewed for the show while claiming that the other half hates him for personal and professional reasons. He also says there were various people who offered to defend him, but the Lifetime producers wouldn’t allow it.
Some of the hot topics discussed in the docu-series include Kelly’s alleged inappropriate sexual relationship with late singer, Aaliyah whom he married in August 1994 when she was just 15. Aaliyah’s parents, however, had the marriage annulled.
Kelly also has numerous allegations of recruiting several underage girls into his sex cult and domestic abuse of his ex-wife Andreas Kelly.