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PHOTOS Who is Tracy Sampson? R. Kelly accuser gets Dateline signal boost

More survivors of R. Kelly’s alleged sexual assault have come forward in the wake of “Surviving R. Kelly” — and their media platforms are only growing in size. Who is Tracy Sampson? The native Chicagoan’s Dateline interview revisited the underage sexual relationship Tracy says took place when she was a record company intern and Kelly took advantage of her.

Is R. Kelly under investigation? Breaking down ‘Surviving R. Kelly’ and the sexual assault allegations against the singer

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For years, rumors and gossip about R. Kelly’s potentially illegal sexual activities have dominated conversation about the singer. Now, thanks to Lifetime’s “Surviving R. Kelly,” that talk is bigger than ever — but is R. Kelly under investigation yet? Several different police forces and district attorneys offices have suggested that they’ve begun or could soon begin looking more closely at the the allegations against R. Kelly — keep reading for a breakdown of the latest.

AUDIO ‘We didn’t look at their ages’: R. Kelly’s former tour manager drops explosive allegations in new interview

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The underage sex allegations involving R. Kelly continue to spread, thanks in part to a new interview given by Kelly’s former tour manager. Demetrius Smith, who worked with R. Kelly for a decade, appeared to confirm some of the rumors involving the beleaguered singer, while also adding new claims — including that Kelly once tried to have sex with Smith, as well.

R. Kelly I Admit full lyrics and explanation

R. Kelly kinda-sorta admits his guilt in a new 19-minute song called ‘I Admit’

R. Kelly just dropped a new song called — wait for it — “I Admit.” The 19-minute track is addressed to all the haters and naysayers who’ve come forward with sexual assault, brainwashing, and sex cult allegations against him over the last few years. And Kelly uses the song’s eight extended verses to admit his guilt…just not in the way you might expect.

R. Kelly compares Chris Brown to Martin Luther King, Jr. and Jesus

In today’s episode of “Celebs Say the Darndest Things,” we have someone other than Kanye West making grandiose claims about a performer. This time it’s Trapped in the Closet’s maestro R. Kelly riffing on Chris Brown’s plight, likening the troubled singer to Jesus Christ and Martin Luther King, Jr., while singling out “weak haters” in the process. Seriously. Read on for the quote laid down in 3rd person for good measure!