One of R. Kelly’s ex-girlfriends is ready to tell her story in a tell-all book. And the chapters of her book are very…R. Kelly-esque. Deets inside…
After opening up to Rolling Stone about her alleged abusive relationship with R.Kelly, Kitti Jones is ready to tell her full story in a new tell-all book.
In the explosive interview, the former radio personality opened up about the alleged physical abuse, sexual coercion, and emotional manipulation she endured during their two-year relationship that lasted from 2011-2013. She claimed the R&B crooner forced her to have sex with women, he would starve her if she didn’t obey him and he even physically assaulted her on multiple occasions. She quit her job as a radio personalty to be his girl and then she soon learned she wasn't his only girl.
In the book, she'll be giving her account of everything that happened, which she titled “I Was Somebody Before This.” The titles of the 10-chapters alone make you want to read it. One chapter is dubbed “Are You Getting Peed On?” Two other chapters are titled “Always Call Me Daddy” and ‘She Looks A lot Like the Girl from that Sex Tape.’ Lordt.
The JasmineBrand got a few excerpts from the book that read:
As I sat in the Chicago studio room my head started to feel dizzy, I hadn’t eaten in two days , he had me on punishment, and thoughts of my life and how I got here? I was smart, ambitious, and independent I went from small tv roles like Soul Train , The Parkers, having a successful radio career, great family, and friends. I had just toured 30 cities with R.Kelly , living in Chicago with him and I wanted to kill myself.
As I looked around the room for something to end my life I cried I wanted to blame God, someone for not stopping me from moving to Chicago but the only thing I could find were Excedrin PM headache pills, I took a few hoping It will make me fall asleep fast. I wanted to dream I was back home happy again all I remembered was that … I was somebody before this… and I wanted my life back!
We wonder if R Kelly will try to keep this book from seeing the light of day.
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