As the world is being opened up the some of the alleged horror perpetuated by singer, R Kelly, celebrities like Georgina Onuoha bare their minds on the singer’s alleged crimes.
In an Instagram post, the actress, after watching the surviving R Kelly documentary, advises parents against forcing their kids to be friends with celebrities. According to her, not celebrity is a saint hence parents should be weary of them. She however added that those celebs are not what they portray to the public.
She therefore says she hopes that the documentary will bring justice to the victims.
Georgina Onuoha’s words below;
‘It is scary to know that these monsters abused women sexually for decades. While Bill Cosby is finally in jail for the crimes he committed by drugging women and sexually molesting, I can’t wait to see R Kelly face same faith. It’s high time the black community stop protecting these predators.
R Kelly married late Alliyah at 15, have been molesting young black and brown girls for 3 decades. Holding them against their wishes, yet no justice for these women?? If Surving R Kelly series is what it’s going to take to finally put this monster behind bars so be it.
Dear Fans, No celebrity is a saint. Don’t push yourself or your kids to be friends with any of them. People are usually not the character they portray in movies or on stage as musicians or comedians. Majority will use their fame to enslave you.. charm to imprison and defraud you.
Learn to differentiate the real man or woman from their talents.
Don’t entrust the care of your underage kids both boys and girls. Lots of pedophiles around.
Protect yourself and children from these celebrities. Not all have concise.
“The most disrespected person in the world is a black woman, the unprotected person in the world is a black woman and the least appreciated person in the world is a black woman”.
Women protect your children.
Several woman are currently speaking up against the singer over alleged sexual assaults committed by him.
Omaku Josephine Ananeyi is a Journalist with keen interest in social reformation, a spontaneous writer, an impulsive reader, and a talker. She currently writes for Ghafla Nigeria.
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January 18, 2019
January 18, 2019