R. Kelly Accuser – He Forced Us To Stand Up When He Entered The Room & Kiss Him

R. Kelly Accuser – He Forced Us To Stand Up When He Entered The Room & Kiss Him

Asante McGee, one of the many women who has come forth to accuse R. Kelly of sexual assault, isn’t done sharing her story. She and fellow alleged member of R. Kelly’s sex ring, Kitti Jones, first told their stories to Buzzfeed. They then sat down for the Megan Kelly Show, and Asante is recanting some of the horrific details of her past in a new interview.

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On R. Kelly’s harsh rules for the “members of his family” (what he called the women involved in his alleged sex ring):
“I took him very seriously. When he’s joking you know he’s joking. He wasn’t playing. When he said ‘every time a king enters the room, you stand up’ — you stand up…I don’t care if he goes back and forth ten times, you better stand up and kiss him each time he comes in and out of that room.”
Asante continued, recalling needing permission to enter different areas in his Atlanta home:
“If we wanted to go in the hallway, we knock on the wall and wait for permission. If I wanted to go to the kitchen, I gotta knock on the wall and wait for permission or wait for someone to say come in.”
Assante then recalled a punishment she received for breaking the house rules:
“This one time, I knocked before going into a room and nobody answered so I thought nobody was home and walked in and [R. Kelly] was in a corner with [a woman]. From then on, if I wanted to leave my room, I had to text him for permission. Every day he made up a new rule.”
On her breaking point:
“I saw a side of him abusing women mentally, physically and sexually. I knew at that point I had to go. This was not what I wanted, this is not how I should be treated, and no other woman should be treated that way.”
On the backlash she’s receiving about sharing her survival story:
“I feel proud that I’m coming out. I’m disappointed, but I can’t be mad about the backlash I get — people saying, ‘she wasn’t abused, she’s lying’ — because I once was that girl. People don’t realize the process and they think I’m just coming out. I was the first person to speak on the record. When I left, my goal was to get the girls home to their parents. I never intended for it to go where it is.”
Her final warning about R. Kelly’s vicious behavior:
“He is ruining young girl’s lives. He’s ruining women period. These young girls don’t deserve that.”
Written by Miata Shanay
Authored by: Kellie Williams