Wendy Williams Reveals R. Kelly Divulged “EVERYTHING and More” To Her During Recent Private Convo+Wants To Air Sit Down Interview with Him Amidst #MuteRKelly Movement [Video]

Posted May 1, 2018

Following Bill Cosby being found guilty on 3 counts of sexual assault last week, people are coming out demanding that R. Kelly be the next in line to be held accountable for his long rumored sexual misconduct with women, including underage women.

The #MuteRKelly movement was initiated days ago and has the support of several high powered women in the industry including Kerry Washington and Shonda Rhimes, where they are calling for outlets to cease support of the singer and to stop playing or selling his music. Legendary radio icon, Tom Joyner signed on the movement last week after being challenged on his support for the singer.

Additionally┬áTicketmaster posted a note on their website saying the singer “is no longer performing” at the University of Illinois in Chicago Pavilion’s Pre-Mother’s Day Love Jam concert, in light of the recent joined forces between the #MuteRKelly campaign and the Women of Color branch of the Time’s Up movement. Well now, Wendy Williams is opening up on a recent personal sit down she had with the singer, where she says she was allowed to ask him any and every question, and he responded truthfully to all of them.

Wendy detailed the meeting on Tuesday’s episode of ‘Hot Topics’ while discussing the current #MuteRKelly campaign, and although she said Kelly and his management swore her to secrecy, she gave some very telling hints as to what things may have been discussed. She also says she wants to do a one on one sit down with the singer to have him give his side of the many reported stories of sexual misconduct with underage girls.

Get into Wendy’s revelation at the 17:30 mark below.

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