R.Kelly is one of the biggest R&B stars of the 90s who has dueted with some of pop's biggest stars such as Lady Gaga, Mariah Carey and Celine Dion and despite his fame, R.Kelly's career has long been dogged with rumours about his alleged abuse of underage African American girls.
Surviving R.Kelly which will have its UK premiere on Crime+Investigation on February 5th is an explosive new series that investigates these rumours and lays bare the dark side of the self-styled Pied Piper.
Needless to say, the series which is being aired this week in the US has got a lot of people talking online. Here's a roundup of what some famous people on Twitter are saying about the series some of whom have worked with or associated with R.Kelly himself.
In a long, emotional posts where she discusses her own experience of sexual abuse, Lady Gaga announced that she is pulling Do What U Want, her duet with R. Kelly from streaming services.
The show encouraged comedian, Kevin Hart to talk with his kids about issues raised in the series.
Stacey Abrams, the 2018 Democratic candidate for Governor of Georgia, gave thanks to victims who fought to have their voices heard.
John Legend who was interviewed for the documentary explained why he wanted to be involved.
Jada Pinkett Smith was confused as to why R. Kelly's music sales have spiked despite the allegations raised in Surviving R. Kelly.
Jada Pinkett Smith
It's not just celebrities that have reacted to the show, the impact is being felt far and wide across Twitter and IRL. Find out for yourself and watch Surviving R.Kelly only on Crime+Investigation coming 5th February at 10pm.