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R. Kelly’s Brother Releases Diss Track Accusing Singer of Giving Women STDs

It looks like Andrea Kelly isn’t the only one who had a problem with R. Kelly’s latest song, ”I Admit.” His brother Carey “Killa” Kelly has now responded to lyrics within the confessional accusing him of turning his back on the R&B star.

Kelly accuses his siblings of abandoning him on the 19-minute track:

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“I admit I miss my brothers (brothers) But I admit they weren’t acting like brothers/ Yeah, we’ve had our differences/But you don’t turn on your brother/For nothing, for no one, nada/Mama, Joanne, is watching /She must be turning over in her grave.”

Killa fires back on rebuttal, “I Confess,” where he accuses the crooner of giving women STDs, an accusation consistent with a lawsuit filed against the singer this April.

“You see me, you get scared/you call the police/ You gave them females some crazy disease/ want you to know Momma not pleased.”


Listen to the track below.

The Kelly brothers have been at odds for years, as the Grammy-winner’s attorneys once implied Carey was the one featured in the infamous “golden shower” sex tape, according to Entertainment Weekly.

Kelly’s ex-wife Andrea Kelly responded as well, calling the singer an abusive deadbeat in her own “remix” of the song, posted on Instagram.

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