According to a video posted on social media, Kelly, who turned 52 on Tuesday, (Jan. 8) was seen wearing a red baseball hat and fur as he sang the words to his 1993 hit “Bump N’ Grind.”
“Y’all motherf**kers don’t know, it’s my motherf***ing birthday and I don’t give a f**k what’s going on tonight.”
Lifetime aired a three-part series about Kelly and the more than 20 years of sexual assault and domestic abuse allegations that have been leveled against him. First-hand accounts from several of his alleged victims including his ex-wife Andrea Kelly were featured in the dream hampton documentary.
The family of Joscelyn Savage, one of the victims featured in the series, claims the Fulton County district attorney in Georgia may be conducting an investigation into the Grammy-award winning singer-songwriter.
While Kelly may not be taking the series or the potency in the resuscitated abuse allegations seriously, Activist Darletta Scrugg and WGCI’s Kendra G organized a demonstration outside the singer’s home.
“People say why are we so upset? If you watch the docuseries, all six parts, you should be upset,” Kendra G told media. “Everybody should be upset.
“There are facts that you can’t deny that were in that docuseries and if you watch all six parts … and if you’re in Chicago you should be with us here right now.”