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R. Kelly's Ex-Girlfriend Azriel Clary Shuts Down Trolls, While Singer Whines In Prison

The Blast
By Ryan Naumann

R. Kelly’s ex-girlfriend Azriel Clary is shutting down trolls who accuse her of not “acting” like a victim.

The 23-year-old fired back at a person who came for her on social media. The person commented on photos Azriel posted, “victims expose their bodies that’s very funny, you a joke and an insult to real victims of abuse shame on you, you really disgust me as a woman who has been abused.”

Azriel fired back, “everyone copes different. The key to healing is finding self-confidence and self love .. something it sounds like you still haven’t found.. and I’m sorry for that. I’m a survivor and why should I not be able to wear a bathing suit like any other woman and not be confident.”

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She continued, “Why can’t i not wear shorts and feel comfortable in my skin? Nothing you just said was cute of funny. Don’t take your anger out on me because I do not heal the way you heal. And more importantly don’t take your anger out on me because I’m healing and you maybe you never got the chance to help to … I will pray for you.”

Azriel captioned the screenshot, “I have been through so much that I really do not care to be bashed or humiliated as long as it makes another person come forward and walk away from something or someone that does not want to see you to excel in any shape, way or form.”


Azriel is using the time in isolation to school trolls trying to come for her. As The Blast previously reported, Azriel finally left the disgraced singer in December and reunited with her family.

Kelly is currently locked up in prison at MCC Chicago. He is awaiting trial in two separate criminal cases. He is facing years behind bars if convicted.

Since the coronavirus outbreak, Kelly has been complaining about his visitors not being allowed inside. The only people visiting him are his lawyers and his last remaining girlfriend, Joycelyn Savage. A rep for the Bureau of Prisons in Illinois says the staff has suspended all visitors for 30 days.

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