One would think R.Kelly would be having major support at this time of his life from his family but it appears far from it as his daughter, Joan Lee Kelly, has called him a monster!

Believe it guys when we say she actually did as she took to her Instagram page on Thursday, January 10, 2019, where she posted quite a long post on her insta stories.

According to Joan also known as Buku Abi, it is a known fact that she doesn't have a relationship with her father over the last couple of years. She went on to apologise for her silence since the famous #SurvivingRKelly documentary hit the TV screens.

Buku Abi slams her dad in new Instagram post [Instagram/Bu.k.u]
Buku Abi slams her dad in new Instagram post [Instagram/Bu.k.u]
Buku Abi slams her dad in new Instagram post [Instagram/Bu.k.u]

She went on to pray for the families who have been affected by the assault allegations leveled against R.Kelly. Finally, she disassociated her mother and her siblings from the idea of supporting the music icon of the negative things he has been accused of.

R.Kelly's daughter is the latest to call out the music icon over sexual assault allegations leveled against him [Instagram/Bu.k.u.]

Talking about people distancing themselves from R.Kelly, we can recall that music star, Lady Gaga had come out to say she will no longer be working with him anyone and was taking down the song they made together.

R.Kelly's songs have since seen an increase in sales by 16% reports says

Lady Gaga says she won't be working with R.Kelly again as she plans to take down song they made together


One celebrity who has vowed not to work with R.Kelly after watching the #SurvivingRKelly documentary is Lady Gaga. The music star made this known on her Twitter page on Thursday, January 19, 2019. In her statement, she stands by all the women who have suffered in the hands of R.Kelly. 

Lady Gaga says she is taking down song she made with R.Kelly from iTunes

She went to talk about the idea behind the song she made with R.Kelly (Do What U Want With My Body) which according to her was made at a point in her life when she was angry following a sexual assault and still trying to process the trauma she was going through.

R.Kelly during his high-profile court case in which he was later acquitted

Lady Gaga in her long post also went on to talk about her stance on sexual assault and abuse which she has continued to maintain all through her career. She then ended the statement by saying that she would be taking down the song she made with R.Kelly from iTunes and other platforms and won't be working with him again.