The disgraced singer broke down during the interview that aired on "CBS This Morning," getting up from his chair as he yelled out, "Y'all killing me with this sh*t! I gave you 30 years of my f**king career!"
With his voice cracking, he continued screaming, "Thirty years of my career! And y'all trying to kill me? You killing me, man! This is not about music! I'm trying to have a relationship with my kids! And I can't do it! Y'all just don't want to believe the truth! You don't want to believe it!"
King asked R. Kelly if he thought there was a problem with him having girlfriends who were much younger than him, to which the singer replied, "I don’t look at 'much younger than me.' I just look at 'legal.'"
He added, "I’m an older man that love all women."
Kelly flatly denied having a sexual relationship with one of his girlfriends, Azriel Clary, when she was just 17.
"Absolutely not," he declared. "Although her parents wanted me to."
Kelly then went on to say that the girls' families are just after money, saying, "What kind of father, what kind of mother, would sell their daughter to a man? How come it was ok for me to see them until they weren’t getting no money from it?"
As The Blast first reported, the family of Kelly's other girlfriend, Joycelyn Savage, is upset at Gayle King for giving Kelly soapbox to cry on without speaking to everyone involved.
We’re told the Savage family believes King gave Kelly a platform to look like a victim, and they scoff at the R&B star’s crocodile tears.
The family believes Kelly brainwashed their daughter and are currently working with law enforcement in Georgia and Chicago, including the FBI, to make contact.