Azriel Clary, a former girlfriend of R. Kelly, is flaunting her newfound happiness and success on social media, and not everyone is happy about it.
The fallen R&B legend is behind bars after being charged with a long list of crimes. Mr. Kelly has been pleading to be released, citing his health, the coronavirus pandemic, and his recent assault in the hands of an inmate.
However, the judge handling the case has denied Kelly’s appeal to be released on bail ahead of his trial. Meanwhile, Clary, who was one of Kelly’s living girlfriends, along with Joycelyn Savage, has decided to prove to the world that she is moving on with her life.
Clary, an aspiring singer, recently took to social media, where she gave a tour of her new beautiful home. The 22-year-old model found a creative way to unveil her stunning kitchen — she decided to wear a barely-there bikini while cooking.
She captioned the sizzling photos, “What do you want for dinner?” and “Today I got time.” Those, who support the Chicago artist, said a victim should not be revealing so much skin.
This social media user chimed in: “She’s doing a bit too much…She was turning 18 and was sent off to be with R. Kelly by her PARENTS. So if she is a victim it would be a victim for having money-hungry parents. Where were their parents ?? Americans are so gullible. The media controls your judgement and sense of thinking. Why are the parents not in jail as complicit ?? Just one documentary, and everyone goes along with it. Smh.”
Another critic stated: “THIS IS A VICTIM?🤦🏽♂️” Several people who believe the R&B star should remain behind bars stepped out to defend Clary.
Fans of the young talent ask for the victim-shaming to end and let her live her life like other women her age.
This backer had this to say: “Why would you even post this on her page. Do you know how triggering it may be to not only her but also many survivors of abuse? The people that still support him are probably the reason why he got away with his crimes for so long.”
This defender of Kelly’s ex shared this interesting point of view: “Before y’all drag this girl, please remember she is a victim she isn’t doing much different than other young women her age; protecting black women should go beyond just the ones y’all choose to respect protect all black women.”
Kelly is expected to remain in jail for some time.