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“I’m well aware of who and what he is” – R. Kelly’s Estranged Daughter calls him “Terrible” & “Monster”



R. Kelly’s estranged daughter Buku Abi has broken her silence on the allegations surrounding the singer.

Writing on her Instagram Story, Buku — whose real name is Joann Kelly — condemned her “terrible” father, who she also described as “monster”.

“Before I start I just want it to be known that I am speaking from the heart, nothing I say or do not say is to hurt ANY party reading this or affected by this,” Buku began her post.

“To the people that feel I should be speaking up/against everything that is going on right now. I just want you all to understand that devastated is an understatement for all that I feel currently. I do apologize if my silence to all that is happening comes off as careless.

That is my last intention. I pray for all the families & women who have been affected by my father’s actions. Trust, I have been deeply affected by all of this,” she continued.

“Anyone that knows me personally or has been following me throughout the years knows that I do not have a relationship with my father. Nor do I speak on him or on his behalf. I also am not fond of dealing with my personal issues or personal life through social media but, I feel things are starting to get out of hand.”

“My mother, siblings and I would never condone, support or be a part of ANYTHING negative he has done and or continues to do in his life,” she added.

“Going through all I have gone through in my life, I would never want anyone to feel the pain I have felt. Reminders of how terrible my father is, and how we should be speaking up against him, rude comments about my family, fabricating me, my siblings & our mothers ‘part’ etc. Does not help my family (Me, my sister, my brother, and my mother) in our healing process. Nor does it allow a safe space for other victims who are scared to speak up, speak up.”

“The same monster you all confronting me about is my father. I am well aware of who and what he is. I grew up in that house,” she continued.

She chose to stay quiet because it was for “my peace of mind. My emotional state. And for MY healing.”

“I have to do & move in a manner that is best for me. I pray anyone who reads this understands I put nothing but good intent behind each word,” she explained, adding that the statement took her three days to compose.

“I just want everyone to know that I do care and I love you all. This is a very difficult subject to speak on… again, I apologize if my words don’t come out right..”

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1 Comment

  1. Seriously

    January 11, 2019 at 4:40 pm

    Speak out, it doesn’t matter when or how you do it as long as you do it. It’s time to call out perpetrators both men and women. Do not condone evil to please others. This applies to muslims who permit older men to marry little girls. stop using religion to justify evil. Nigerians, call out those men who disguised in “uncle” form and those “aunties”. 2019 has to be a year of change, and it starts from each of us. Call out mothers, women, people who want to silence you.

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