R. Kelly's entire career has been plagued by heinous allegations of pedophilia. The famed singer recently addressed everything from his illiteracy to his alleged sex slaves in his 19 minute song, "I Admit." Kellz essentially deflected the majority of the rumors against him on the song including accusations of pedophilia. The father of one of his alleged sex slaves has spoken out about the song and he questions whether the singer actually admitted to anything.

Angelo Clary is the father of one of R. Kelly's alleged sex slaves, Azriel Clary. He recently spoke to TMZ and bashed the singer for not admitting to pedophilia and being a deadbeat dad on "I Admit." Angelo claims that R. Kelly took advantage of his daughter was under the age of 18 -- the legal age in Florida. He continued to bash Kellz for attempting to sympathize with his accusers parents over the allegations.

"What did he admit to? I'm still asking myself this question because you sayin' what the definition of pedophile is, you should've got help with that question," he said. "My daughter what underage. So you want to know the definition of pedophile? It's what you took advantage of my child in the state of Florida when she was 17... But this dude make a song, actin' like he sympathize because he got kids. You ain't have no kids. You had a nut."

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