R. Kelly’s Live-In Girlfriends Azriel Clary & Jocelyn Savage Cry Defending Singer – This Is All Lies For Money! [VIDEO]
After recently being released on bond, embattled singer/songwriter/producer R. Kelly is gearing up for the fight of his life. If he’s convicted on all 10 counts of sexual abuse against minors, he could be going to prison for a very long time. However, before his trial begins, he sat down with Gayle King and told his side—and his live-in girlfriends, Azriel Clary and Jocelyn Savage told theirs as well.
There have been endless opinions about R. Kelly’s relationship with his girlfriends Azriel Clary, 21, and Jocelyn Savage, 23, but they rarely speak publicly about it. That all changed recently when the two young women sat down with talk show host Gayle King on CBS This Morning. Things got very emotional, very quickly, with the women making it clear that they are not being forced, coerced or abused by Kelly. In fact, they say that all the allegations surrounding the R&B legend is the result of lies and hunger for money—including from their own parents.
While being consoled by Savage, Clary broke down in tears when asked why she was crying by King, saying:
“I’m crying because you guys don’t know the truth. You guys are believing some f**cking façade that our parents are saying. This is all f**cking lies for money! And if you can’t see that, you’re ignorant and you’re stupid.”
As you may recall, according to their parents, Clary and Savage are thought to be sex slave victims that Kelly is holding against their will in his home, as they have had no contact with their families in years. However, both women vehemently state that they are in a relationship with Kelly because they want to be.
Answering Clary’s parents claims that he took their daughter from them, Kelly told King:
“I’m going to answer your question. What kind of father, what kind of mother, will sell their daughter to a man?”
You can check out a prior interview of Savage explaining her relationship with Kelly BELOW:
You can catch the rest of the interviews with R. Kelly, Azriel Clary and Jocelyn Savage on March 7th and March 8th on CBS This Morning.
What do you think of Azriel’s statements? Do you think this will help R. Kelly’s case? Let us know in the comments.