R. Kelly’s Ex-Girlfriend Doesn’t Support New Documentary Following Feces-Eating Revelation

R. Kelly's Ex-Girlfriend Doesn't Support New Documentary Following Feces-Eating Revelation

In response to a person’s inquiry about the release date of ‘Predecence’, Azriel Clary hints that footage of her speaking about her ‘humiliating’ experience with the disgraced singer was recorded and used without her consent.

AceShowbizR. Kelly‘s ex-girlfriend Azriel Clary apparently doesn’t give her blessing for “Predecence“, a new R. Kelly documentary. Azriel, who previously revealed in the upcoming movie’s trailer that the disgraced singer forced her to eat her own feces, said on her Instagram account that she didn’t support the project.

It started after one of her followers asked her about the release date of “Predecence”. “When does the documentary about R. Kelly come out?? I haven’t seen anymore commercials,” the user wondered.

In response to the inquiry, Azriel wrote, “I don’t know. I don’t support it, nor do I support someone who records and leaks someone unwillingly saying the most degrading/humiliating thing that should never be publicized just to get a documentary sold.” It was high likely that she referred to her statement regarding R. Kelly forcing and filming her eating her own feces out of a cup.

Accusing Azriel of being a “clout chaser,” another person blasted her in the comment section of one of her Instagram posts, “Soo basically saying she’s still supporting her ‘boo’ R-kelly and that all the women who bravely spoke about their trauma is a liar. Her words ‘I do not support someone saying degrading things to get a documentary sold’. She’s nothing but a clout chaser. She would still be with him if s**t didn’t hit the fan for him. Don’t let her little act fool you.”

The comment seemed to get on her nerves as she quickly defended herself. “no that’s definitely NOT what I’m saying. So don’t put words in my mouth. I do not SUPPORT the COMPANY of the documentary for unwillingly recording ME in a RESTROOM sharing sensitive information that I never planned to PUBLICIZE,” Azriel hotly responded.

Azriel made headlines earlier this month as a trailer of “Predecence” featuring her making a shocking revelation to a federal agent, who asked her if she saw the stuff that R. Kelly kept in his iPads. “He has a video of me, um…. He made me do this video, actually, of me… doing a number two in a cup, and then eating it out of the cup,” she shared.

Elsewhere in the clip, the documentary offered an audio of the “I Believe I Can Fly” singer begging for Azriel not to leave him. “It’s done, it’s over. It’s over. You may not even make it to trial,” Azriel could be heard saying, to which the singer responded by saying, “I love you.”

“I’m so sorry for you,” she added. “I’m sorry, I really did love you. … You lide to me, and you used me and you played me.”

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