(eurweb.com) The Village Voice piece, titled “Read the ‘Stomach-Churning’ Sexual Assault Accusations Against R. Kelly in Full,” centers on an interview with Jim DeRogatis, the Chicago Sun-Times reporter who broke the assault story on Kelly nearly 15 years ago.
In addition to revealing many of the charges directed at Kelly, DeRogatis criticizes the media for letting the singer off the hook as a go-ahead to release his latest album, the sexually driven “Black Panties.” read more here
This quote will really make you stop and pay attention, and wonder why we, as a society just give him a pass...
(villagevoice.com) In this interview (which has been condensed significantly), DeRogatis speaks frankly and explicitly about the many disturbing charges against Kelly and says, ultimately, "The saddest fact I've learned is nobody matters less to our society than young black women. Nobody."
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