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R. Kelly's Ex-Girlfriend Azriel Clary Celebrates First Valentine's Day Without Disgraced Singer

By Ryan Naumann

R. Kelly’s ex-girlfriend Azriel Clary is enjoying her first Valentine’s Day in years without the alleged child sex predator.

23-year-old Azriel posted video of her singing a son named “If it’s Love”, which was originally performed by Kem with Chrisette Michele. She posted a selfie of herself asking followers if she should release a full Valentine Day’s song cover.

Azriel is getting back into the swing of things after leaving Kelly in December. She met the disgraced singer when she was only 17. Azriel stayed with him for over four years.

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Following reuniting with her family, Azriel has become vocal about her time with Kelly. She sat down with The Sun to talk for the first time about Kelly. She accused him of abusing while together and believes he brainwashed her. Azriel detailed one alleged incident where Kelly beat her with his size 12 Nike Air Force ones.

Kelly’s ex is getting back into music after staying away from it while with the singer. She recently talked about cleaning “house” in an attempt to start fresh. Azriel wrote, “time to clean house. time to let things & people go. can’t start a new year productive, I can’t even prosper with people around me who don’t believe in themselves, or aren’t putting in the time & work for there own craft. No one will ever care for you or believe in you like you.”


Kelly will be celebrating Valentine’s Day from behind bars after suffering another setback in court. He is being held without bond while awaiting trial in two separate federal criminal cases.

The singer was recently accused of violating the jail rules by secretly communicating with others without it being monitored. He has continued to plea for his release but has been shut down time after time.

His last remaining girlfriend, Joycelyn Savage, has remained by his side. Azriel has reportedly started turning over evidence to the Feds.

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