Monday, January 07, 2019

Chance the Rapper Calls Working with R. Kelly a Mistake


In the wake of the new R Kelly documentary 'Surviving R. Kelly', Chicago native Chance the Rapper admits not valuing Black women's stories while apologizing for working with Kellz...

After Rolling Stone Magazine quoted Chance from the documentary admitting making a song with R. Kelly was a mistake and saying he didn’t value the accusers’ stories because they were black women, Chance clarified the statement and included a clip of his interview for context.


11 comments:

Anonymous said...

I’ve grown tired of this dude’s antics over the last two years. Who is going to let this man slide for saying he ”didn’t value the accusers opinions cause they were black women”. Uncle Tom ain’t a good look

Anonymous said...

i hate that people gave chance to chance the trasher to even have a fucking career,he is two face back stabbing loser who always sides with public so he can be seen as good and positive guy in media he is pathetic

Tia said...

Chance needs to delete all social media platforms. I swear he backpedals so much and follows whatever these angry birds on twitter say. Really, he should just stop commenting on other people’s problems. This is like his 4th time having to explain himself and apologize on social media. He is the consummate back tracker.

Sir, have your own mind and stand firm in what you say or do.

Anonymous said...

I agree with all comments and have to say him and Donald Glover have made troubling comments that display their misogynoir. Never will either of them or the like get my support.

Chrissy Snow said...

I am tired of hearing about the R.Kelly documentary and the fake apologists. Make that bastard into a eunuch and be done with it.
Let's be real here, Kelly is being protected by major players out of Chicago and his fuckery will continue until they are removed. Didn't someone say his album sales spiked over the weekend? Who is getting paid for this documentary?

Anonymous said...

He's a very duplicitous, self-serving scumbag. Tries to pass himself off as some sort of patron saint of the black community fooling the gullible with grand public gestures of charity but in truth like 99% of demon (BM) rappers today he's only motivated by self-interest and promotion and bashing BW gains them kudos amongst mainstream circles and audiences.

ebonyhud said...

People have the right to change their views...on the daily if they want, as long as its sincere. Standing firm in ignorance isn't a good idea.

HOWEVER, I think the statement in the interview that he didn't value the accusers specifically because they were black women is weird coming from him. That doesn't seem sincere to his personality to me. I will say that I noticed he said "maybe". I think he taking a que from Rashad and telling em what they want to hear.

Anonymous said...

^^How on earth could you know what's sincere to his 'personality'? Do you know him personally? He's sharing his thoughts on R Kelly's black female accusers and your spinning your own interpretation on it in a pathetic attempt to excuse his words.
He made his thoughts very clear.

Anonymous said...

I'm so glad Chance the Rapper is being called out on what he said in the R Kelly documentary. I almost couldn't believe what he had said and I had to rewind that part a couple of times. He didn't believe it because the complainers were Black woman. I thought he was a stand up guy, but I'm really disappointed with him. He's just like a lot of other black men out here, and I don't mean that in a nice way.

ebonyhud said...

@4:26 I'm not excusing his words. I'm saying I think he's fake. I think he's saying what he's saying to appease black women. I don't believe him. Thats how I do, you don't have to come to your conclusions the same way.

ebonyhud said...

* What he thinks will appease black women better yet.

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