CBS on Wednesday morning airs a part of the interview where Kelly gets up and shouts yelling that he’s fighting not only for his own rights, but to have a relationship with his kids too.
There were also claims Kelly was abused as a child, and that’s why this has all happened – Kelly denies it.
Attorney Michael Avenatti ain’t buying Kelly’s emotional interview. Remember, Avenatti uncovered the new sex tapes which led to prosecutors charging Kelly last month and Tuesday night he told us the singer’s only crying crocodile tears now ’cause he’s going to prison.
Gayle just posted a series of photos from the interview, and at one point R. Kelly is seen standing up and shouting.
R. Kelly was distraught talking about the recent allegations against him and pleading for people to believe he’s innocent … shouting, “I’m fighting for my f***ing life!”
Kelly sat down with Gayle King Tuesday in his first interview since he was arrested on 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse. King presses Kelly on the recent allegations, and clearly hits a soft spot when asked if Kelly has ever held women against their will.
The singer explodes, looking directly into the camera and urging viewers to believe it’s all lies. Kelly points to his past — cases in which he’s been accused of inappropriate sexual acts — as proof he’d never commit a crime again, knowing all eyes were on him.
At one point, Kelly begins to sob, saying, “I’m fighting for my f***ing life!”