The singer's recent legal troubles have highlighted the fact that his finances are now "a mess", and he even claimed in a recent CBS interview that someone had been stealing from his bank accounts.
The accolades King has been receiving for her powerful interview with Kelly - who is now facing charges on 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse, among other charges - aren't just from other journalists, but family, friends, and even megastar celebrities. Kelly has pleaded not guilty to 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse.
Earlier this week, Kelly was once again in the news as he proclaimed his innocence during an explosive interview with Gayle King on CBS This Morning.
Eventually, Thompson evoked Kelly's stand-up outburst of indignation, crowing, "I gave y'all "Trapped in the Closet, ' "Feelin" on Yo Booty, ' "Age Ain't Nothin" But a Number" ... and so many other clues!"
"No, you're right, I would not, but this is a very different circumstance".
"Sexually, well, first of all, I'm not here to talk about my personal life, and I would never share with no one what I do in or outside of the bedroom". Stay tuned for more R. Kelly news!
"Afterwards, Oprah and my kids Kirby and Will called me to ask if I was okay because it looked scary".
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"People think I'm some kind of monster, so I'm here to remove all doubt", Thompson's Kelly said. "I tell you what, that's not my daughter", he said. "They just were wondering if you were okay", King said. Though short on previously unseen footage from King's dialogues, the primetime special did incorporate the voices of Kelly's accusers, of Surviving R. Kelly executive producer dream hampton and of Jim DeRogatis, the Chicago journalist who has been investigating these allegations since 2000.
"So what I was really thinking to myself was: I'm not done with this interview, so I'm going to let him have his moment", she said.
The SNL episode, hosted by Thor actor Idris Elba, aired just hours after the "I Believe I Can Fly" singer was released from prison after spending four days behind bars over unpaid child support.
Both sets of parents deny asking Kelly for money or receiving money from him. In an interview on CBS on Friday morning, Timothy Savage spoke out against Kelly.
"I never thought he was going to hit me", King said.
"Thank you for having me and please just call me victim", Thompson's Kelly said to King, who was played by Leslie Jones.
Kelly denied all accusations of sexual abuse during his conversation with King. He's been managing to slip out of the grasp of these allegations for more than 20 years, including being acquitted of charges of child pornography in 2008.