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Fresh Montana defend R.Kelly on Twitter

Immediately  Fresh Montana caught up with the “Unforgettable” rapper after performing during halftime at the LA Rams' game on Saturday night where he seemingly defended Kelly following the release of Lifetime’s troubling six-part docuseries ,Surviving R. Kelly, in which multiple women claimed sexual abuse at the hands of the R&B singer.

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Throughout this ordeal, Kelly has staunchly maintained his innocence.

Fresh Montana said, referencing to Michael Jackson “All the greats went down like that, Let somebody enjoy their legacy. Whatever happened, happened, man.”

Later people ask if the are to hear Kelly song after all the trouble has been through and he still facing it,.

 Montana responded: "They people don't let nobody have their legendary moments."

But on Sunday, perhaps feeling he heat from his comments, the 34-year-old performer decided to throw his support behind Kelly’s alleged victims with a new tweet.
 He tweet “Let me be clear. My heart is with the victims, I never thought  the people I looked up to as a kid, who sang and danced and gave me hope to become a superstar would become drug addicts, child molestors and rapists. I am hoping we as a culture create better leaders. We need them.”

Since the release of the docuseries, Hollywood has come out in droves to decry Kelly for his alleged behavior. Lady Gaga is removing her 2013 song with Kelly, "Do What U Want (With My Body)," from iTunes. In a scathing tweet, John Legend explained his willingness to participate in the series in which he acknowledged Kelly’s success while also denounced him in light of the allegations he’s facing.

the Legend wrote. "To everyone telling me how courageous I am for appearing in the doc, it didn't feel risky at all, I believe these women and don't give a fuck about protecting a serial child rapist. 
 Easy decision."
  All this while  Kelly’s lawyer, Steven Green berg, continues to defend the crooner.

"He was disappointed to the women ware doing this, that these families are doing it, that they're ruining a talented musician's career," he said on CBS This Morning on Friday. Later, he added that "there's absolutely no evidence [that] what they're saying is true."

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