R. Kelly’s Ex Wife Remixes His Song: Your Mom Would Be Rolling Over In Her Grave, She Saw You Beat Me From Heaven!

 

 

R. Kelly’s Ex Wife Remixes His Song: Your Mom Would Be Rolling Over In Her Grave, She Saw You Beat Me From Heaven

Drea Kelly is done being silent on all issues surrounding her ex-husband, singer R. Kelly. After months of the singer being accused of sexual assault and holding women against their will , the former Hollywood Exes star went on a press run revealing her own battle with domestic violence during their marriage. But Drea’s truth doesn’t stop there. She posted a photo of Whoopi Goldberg in the Oscar winning film, “The Color Purple,” with her own remix lyrics to R. Kelly’s revealing new song, “I Admit It.” Her caption reads:

“@officialdreakelly THE REMIX:
Admit it
Admit it
Admit it
Your mama IS watching over you
And rolling over in her grave
because of the ABUSIVE things you do
You say she’s looking down from heaven So there’s nothing she didn’t see
Which means she saw you BEAT me from heaven and neglect her grand
babies……Admit it
Admit it
Admit it
Your children you don’t see
Because you treat them like your fans
And not your flesh and blood, please
Being a dead beat dad is a conscious choice
You could face time w them EVERYDAY
they’d SEE your face and HEAR your voice,so…..
Admit it
Admit it
Admit it
Then go get some professional help
Own the pain that you’ve inflicted on others’
All by yourself
Even though you can’t read or write
it didn’t stop you from making hit songs
But you don’t have to read or write
to know Domestic Violence is wrong, so….
Admit it
Admit it
Admit it
Your past is not is an excuse
Just because you were abused
doesn’t mean you get to ABUSE…..
Admit it
Admit it
Admit it
Cause the TRUTH will set you free
Nothing good is gonna come to you
UNTIL YOU DO RIGHT BY ME.
#domesticviolenceawareness #survivor #free #truth #speak @theshaderoom
@tmz_tv @thejasminebrand_ @balleralert @bet @people @billboard
@theviewabc @wendyshow @iamsteveharveytv @johnlegend @theellenshow
@ncadv”

Some of R. Kelly’s lyrics in the 20-minute-long song further deny rumors of holding women against their will in a sex cult. He sings:





Said I’m abusing these women, what the f*ck that’s some absurd sh*t…

He continued:

They’re brainwashed, really? / kidnapped, really? / Can’t eat, really? / Real talk, that sh*t sound silly…

Rapper/activist Talib Kweli openly denounced R. Kelly’s use of song during his controversy. He tweeted:

I just read the lyrics to R Kelly’s new 19 minute song called “I Admit It I Did It.” His lack of self awareness is atrocious. There are several lyrics I take offense to. The one I will address is “I’m just a man.” I am also a man. I would never use that to defend this behavior.





What do you think of Drea’s remix?

By: Miata Shanay





Authored by: Kellie Williams