Drea Kelly wants the RnB singer to be held accountable.
R. Kelly's latest release was a 19-minute long Mea Culpa for all of the abuse allegations that have been made against him over the years. The publicized ones go from his marriage to a teenaged Aaliyah to his current harem-like hostage situation. His ex-wife, Drea Kelly, is not having any of it.
Drea posted her own take of the "I Admit" lyrics on Instagram.
Your mama IS watching over you
And rolling over in her grave
because of the ABUSIVE things you do
You say she’s looking down from heaven So there’s nothing she didn’t see
Which means she saw you BEAT me from heaven and neglect her grand babies......Admit it
Your children you don’t see
Because you treat them like your fans
And not your flesh and blood, please
Being a dead beat dad is a conscious choice
You could face time w them EVERYDAY
they’d SEE your face and HEAR your voice,so.....
Then go get some professional help
Own the pain that you’ve inflicted on others’
All by yourself
Even though you can’t read or write
it didn’t stop you from making hit songs
But you don’t have to read or write
to know Domestic Violence is wrong, so....
Your past is not is an excuse
Just because you were abused
doesn’t mean you get to ABUSE.....
Cause the TRUTH will set you free
Nothing good is gonna come to you
UNTIL YOU DO RIGHT BY ME.
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The inclusion of Whoopi Goldberg's picture as Celie in "The Color Purple" indicates that Drea Kelly, who endured a decade of R.Kelly's abuse, is serious about letting the truth be known. That, in addition to her tagging media outlets, foreshadows her continuous battle to bring it all to light.