In a new song, I Admit, R&B singer R. Kelly says he’s innocent

In a new 19-minute song, entitled, I Admit, Robert Sylvester Kelly aka R. Kelly addressed the sexual abuse allegations against him.

His song, "I Admit," was posted to Soundcloud on Monday. The track begins with the lyrics, "I admit I have made some mistakes/And I have some imperfect ways." Kelly, 51-year-old, gets personal throughout the song, by singing that he likes "all the ladies, that's both older and young ladies," follow by saying: "But tell me how they call it pedophile because that (expletive) is crazy."

In "I Admit," Kelly also sang that he's "not convicted, not arrested, dragged my name in the dirt/All this work to be successful, when you abandon me 'cause of what you heard." He also added that he was sexually abused as a child, singing "a family member touched me" and revealing he was "so scared to say something, so I just put the blame on me."

He also added that he does not own his music, that he dropped out of school and that he "couldn't read the teleprompter when the Grammy's asked me to present (an award)," "Now the truth in this message is I'm a broke (expletive) legend/The only reason I stay on tour is 'cause I gotta pay my rent," he sings on the new track.

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