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Fake-News - "R. Kelly - Bill Cosby’s A Pervert That Belongs In Jail"

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R. Kelly: Bill Cosby’s A Pervert That Belongs In Jail

R Kelly and Bill Cosby

At first R. Kelly believed he could fly and now he believes he can call another man a rapist. R. Kelly done bumped his head on a cheap microphone.

R. Kelly at one time known as a love making, R&B king, but one pedophilish tape killed his squeaky clean image. He was accused of having sex with a teenage girl, but eventually beat the wrap, but the image stuck with him forever.

Los Angeles — “Men lie. Women lie, but 20 women don’t lie” Said R. Kelly speaking on how over 20 women have came out saying that Bill Cosby assaulted them after being drugged.

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