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R. Kelly's Ex-Girlfriend Azriel Clary Gets Down In Dance Studio For First Time Since Leaving Disgraced Singer

By Ryan Naumann

R. Kelly’s ex-girlfriend Azriel Clary is getting back into the groove of things after leaving the alleged child sex predator for good.

23-year-old Azriel shared a video of her dancing in a studio for the first time in years. She revealed that she hasn’t been in a studio for 6 years. She met Kelly when she was 17 years old, the implication being she stopped after coming into contact with him.

She captioned the video, “I haven’t stepped inside of a dancing studio in 6 years and I haven’t did choreography in 6 years. 🌙 it’s almost therapeutic to be doing regular things again. 🌻🐆 recording: @_jayyrocc - love you and congrats on making the team brobie”

Azriel looks extremely happy back in the studio and her followers showed love. One commented, “Say what y’all want to, but this is wtf HEALING looks like! You gotta let the trauma out in all of the ways that speak to you! Keep glowing baby #ontherunwithazriel 🖤”

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Kelly’s ex-girlfriend has been vocal in the weeks since leaving the singer. In December, she moved out of his Trump Tower condo in Chicago. Azriel reportedly had enough of the drama and has since changed her tune about Kelly.

While moving out of the condo, Azriel accused Kelly’s other girlfriend Joycelyn Savage of having sex with her while she was underage. The two got into a physical altercation which ended with Joycelyn being arrested for misdemeanor domestic battery.

Azriel recently reunited with her family after years of being disconnected. Azriel was seen with her parents looking extremely happy being back with each other.


Azriel fired off this message to trolls criticizing her decisions post-Kelly. She wrote, “‪It’s so sad how people don’t want to see you grow, be happy or chase your dreams. I had goals in 2015.. why is it a crime to get my life back on track? Maybe me chasing my dreams is a form of healing? Maybe that’s a form of knowing I could have always done it had I believed in myself.”

She added, “Regardless I’m not going to let my past define me, I’m picking up the pieces and creating a better future for myself. I’m turning a negative into a positive and anyone should be happy to see someone who was once in a dark spot blossom. “

Joycelyn Savage’s family are still fighting to be reunited with her after years of being apart. Her mother and sister recently got tattoos inspired by Joycelyn.

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