Women In R. Kelly's Alleged Sex Cult Break Their Silence And The Tears Flow

AllHipHop Staff

Two women at the center of R. Kelly's scandal are blaming their own parents for the singer's woes.

(AllHipHop News) Two women whose parents claim were kidnapped by R. Kelly and brainwashed to join his sed to run this Friday on "CBS In The Morning."

During the sit-down, Azriel Clary accused her own family of lying for money in a tearful, emotional outburst.

"You guys don’t know the truth! You’re believing some f##king facade that our parents are saying,” Clary said. “This is all f##king lies for money! If you can’t see that you’re ignorant and you’re stupid.”

During R. Kelly's portion of the interview, which aired this morning, R. Kelly admitted he was in a consensual relationship with both women.

He even claimed her parents Joycelyn's parents Timothy and Jonjelyn Savage had "sold" their daughter to R. Kelly when they allowed her onstage at one of his shows when she was 17.

Joycelyn's father Timothy previously denied claims he helped set up their relationship.

"That never happened. I don't know if she got that from R. Kelly. It never happened," Timothy said.

R. Kelly denied having sex with any underage teenagers or running a sex cult, where he controls their every move, including when the women eat and when they can use the bathroom.

He claimed his character is being assassinated by his money hungry adversaries, and that he was being "buried alive."

Then the singer flipped out during the interview and Gayle King had to give him some space to calm down, as multiple assistants tended to the singer and wiped down his sweaty brow.

"Why would I hold all these women? Their mothers and fathers told me they were going to destroy your career. It's real young girls out there being abducted, being raped," R. Kelly said.