One of R. Kelly’s girlfriends, Azriel Clary, recently made headlines when she announced that she was moving out of the singer’s exquisite apartment in the Trump Tower where she lived with his other girlfriend, Joycelyn Savage.
The move led to much speculation among Kelly’s fans and the general public.
The music star’s current situation has been heavily discussed in general, and it looks like he is not going to be able to dodge the controversy anytime soon.
Still, many were curious about what was going on with Clary in particular, and she has managed to cause quite the stir with her decision to leave the apartment.
Clary has had enough of the public talking about her, and she has decided to open up about the situation recently, sharing a little bit of insight into what is going on.
However, any of her followers who might have been hoping for a more in-depth look into her current affairs will likely be disappointed, as she claimed that she was not interested in publicizing her private life through social media.
She added that she was very conscious about what she was sharing with the public, and wanted to make it clear that it was all her choice. She finished off by stating that she was not there to please anyone, and she did not want to be treated as a “gossip outlet.”
She wrote: “If you think I created social media to publicize my private life, your sadly mistaken. If I choose to share, say, or not say anything that is 100% my choice, whether now or in the future. Love me or hate me. I’m not here to appease you, nor am I your gossip outlet.”
The statement has drawn even more attention to her situation. Still, it looks like most people at least get the message, because the discussions about her have primarily shifted to the topic of privacy and similar concerns in the life of a typical modern celebrity.
Joycelyn also released a statement about Kelly saying: “Please free him and let him come home in peace. He is not the person you guys think he is. He is the best thing that has ever happened to Azriel [Clary] and me.”
Joycelyn added: “I talk to him every day and see him every two weeks. He truly wants to thank all of his fans, and he wants you to know he appreciates all of your letters. She added, “It’s just really, really, really sad that somebody would pretend to be me…and say that I’m a victim, that I am brainwashed, that I’m a sex slave…that I have Stockholm Syndrome.”
Kelly is hoping to turn things around.