R Kelly Interviews

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Let the healing process begin for Azriel Clary, one of R. Kelly’s now ex-girlfriend who has finally reunited with her family. After a brawl with Joycelyn Savage, another ex of R. Kelly, she hasn’t turned back.  Clearly she’s no longer down to be R. Kelly’s ride or die.

R. Kelly Mugshot

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R. Kelly is currently awaiting trials to face a 13-count federal indictment for sexual abuse of minors in Chicago. He is also facing a racketeering and sex trafficking trial in New York. He still maintains his innocence and has pleaded not guilty to all charges.

Surviving R. Kelly Part II

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The 21-year-old aspiring singer, Azriel was the subject of Lifetime’s documentary series, Surviving R. Kelly. In previous interviews, she vigorously defended him along with Kelly’s other girlfriend Joycelyn Savage. Her family have diligently fought for her return and prayed this day would one day come. On her recent post, she’s shown reuniting on a photo shoot with her immediate family.

“Surprise,” Clary captioned a series of Instagram photos alongside her parents and siblings. “Let the healing process begin.  She added the hashtag “#movingontobetterdays”.  She’s pictured dancing with her family at a photo shoot for a reported upcoming reality TV series.

What’s next for Azriel Clary? A reality TV series, titled “On the Run With Azriel, that seems to be in the works, more than likely will air on Lifetime. Clary recenty moved out of R. Kelly’s condo and has reconnected with her family, and we’re told she’s considering flipping on the singer and working with the feds in their investigation.

It’s fair to assume the Savage family hopes Joycelyn makes similar choices.  But don’t give-up hope for Joycelyn Savage. News sources report that she had direct contact with her family for the first time since she left home nearly 3 years ago to live with R. Kelly. It might be a sign of things to come.

Keep hope alive!

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