R. Kelly Really Recorded A Song Called “I Admit”?

R. Kelly has been accused of a list of things that are longer than Diana Ross’s longest, nappiest wig–things that are mostly related to sex.

Back in 2002, a widely circulated film showed what was alleged to be a young girl being urinated on by a much-too-old R. Kelly.

Prior to that, Kelly allegedly illegally wed an underage Aaliyah, who was said to be 15 years old when she said “I Do” to Kelly back in in the 90s.

A little more recently, Kelly was accused of running a sex cult from his home. This came out just before a friend of his robbed BOTH of his Atlanta mansions, taking everything but the pee in the toilet.

With all that going on, one has to wonder why R. Kelly would record a song with the title, “I Admit”?

Here’s some of the eyebrow-raising lyrics:

“Now the truth in this message is I’m a broke-ass legend / The only reason I stay on tour is ’cause I gotta pay my rent,” Kelly sings. “I never thought it would come to this, to be the most disrespected artist / So I had to write a song about it / Because they always take my words and twist it / Believe me, it’s hard to admit all this.”

“I admit I am not perfect / I never said I was perfect / Say I’m abusing these women / What the fuck, that’s some absurd shit,” Kelly sings of the allegations. “They brainwashed, really? / Kidnapped, really? / Can’t eat, really? / Real talk, that sounds silly.”

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