R. Kelly's Girlfriends Defend Him In "CBS This Morning" Interview

 

Gayle King's sit down with R. Kelly's current girlfriends aired on Thursday's edition ofCBS This Morning, and the two women, both in their early twenties, took the opportunity to defend the embattled singer while effectively throwing their families under the bus.

Jocelyn Savage and Azriel Clary declined to discuss any sexual acts they may have performed with Kelly, but maintained that they had a "very strong relationship" with him in spite of their parents' claims that he brainwashed them.

They also insisted their parents have known they've been for the past four years and "are basically out here to get money."

Clary went so far as to claim her parents encouraged her to make sexual videos with Kelly, who was reportedly in the room and off-camera for the interview despite previously agreeing to not be present.

 
 
 
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