Back in July, R.Kelly addressed allegations of sexual and emotional abuse against young women, in a song titled, “I Admit.” On the 19-minute track, Kelly also opened up about his illiteracy, and his relationship, or lack thereof, with his brothers.
One month later, Kelly’s estranged brother Carey “Killa” Kelly released a response, titled, “I Confess,” where he unloaded even more accusations about his brother, including claims of deliberately spreading STDs and dating men.
Now, the estranged brother of the R&B superstar is back to spill more tea about the self-proclaimed Pied-Piper. In a recent interview, Carey addressed Kelly’s “demonic” mindset in targeting younger girls.
“You give people chances to change before you put their business out there, before you actually say ‘enough is enough,” Kelly said, according to Vibe. “Things happen in people’s lives to the point where you feel like it’s a wake-up call and now they get a chance to right their wrongs,” he continued, reportedly referencing the deaths of their mother, and R&B princess, Aaliyah.
According to Carey, his brother changed for the worse in dealing with the deaths of their mother and Aaliyah, not to mention his 2008 acquittal of child porn charges.
“Robert has a control problem,” Carey continued. “And the only reason why he targets little girls, now that I’m older, I understand. He was molested. I was molested [too], but I didn’t turn out that way.”
“I became a protector of children, I didn’t want kids to go through what I went through…especially my daughters.”
As he continued, he dished on Kelly’s relationship with Aaliyah, and how he denied that they were more than friends, before their marriage in ’94.
“Anytime a person lusts after a minor something is wrong with them,” Carey said of his “demonic” brother. Though Carey said Kelly never abused his own children, he did say he abused their 14-year-old cousin and may have even fathered a child. But, ultimately, he said “I can’t say…there hasn’t been any DNA for anything done.”