R. Kelly Speaks From Prison, Says He Had Nothing to Do With ‘I Admit It’ Album

Previously, a new R. Kelly album titled ‘I Admit It’ surfaced on streaming platforms. The album found many like Boosie giving the project a listen, but the album was ultimately pulled off streaming platforms. Attorney Jennifer Bonjean addressed the matter, saying, “It’s stolen music. A police report was filed some time ago because his masters were stolen, but there’s not much of an appetite to investigate these things. People have had access to his intellectual property rights that they are attempting to profit off of, but unfortunately, that does not include Mr. Kelly.” Now, Kelly has directly addressed the situation. 

While speaking to TMZ, the singer said, “Apparently somebody done faked an album called I Admit It, and put it out there as if it was me putting it out.” He continued, “And I’m not putting out any albums, I haven’t put out any albums, I’m not even interested in putting out any albums, ’cause my only focus is the appeal and everything else. But it seems like somebody want this album out to mess with the appeal because why would I put an album out called I Admit It? Okay, so that right there make no damn sense.” 

Kelly then said people should have recognized that it wasn’t his voice singing on the 13 songs on the album. “I wish they’d find out who did this and who’s putting it out there ’cause they also, on top of that, they’re probably making money off of it. And it’s just messed up that it happens to come at the time when I’m working on my appeal that an album comes out that’s supposed to be from me called I Admit It. It’s just really just f**ked up,” said the singer. According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, R. Kelly didn’t have access to any equipment that could have allowed him to record the project while under their custody. 

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