R. Kelly is facing another round of accusations — this time from his own brother.
Carey “Killa” Kelly dropped a song in response to R. Kelly’s “I Admit,” called “I Confess.”
In the three-minute song, Killa Kelly accuses his estranged brother of spreading STDs, getting him blackballed from the music industry — and having sex with men.
“I admit I miss my brothers (brothers) But I admit they weren’t acting like brothers (brothers),” he sings. “Yeah, we’ve had our differences / But you don’t turn on your brother (no) / For nothing, for no one, nada (no, no) / Mama, Joanne, is watching (no, no, no) / She must be turning over in her grave (yeah).”
“Man, tell me how them n***as tight when they all gotta wife / something ain’t right, something smell fishy, what’s going on? / What kinda man want to stay a night in a man home?”
Sheesh. Earlier this year a 19-year-old woman claimed R. Kelly “intentionally” and “knowingly” gave her herpes during their relationship — so maybe Carey knows what he’s talking about.
You can listen to “I Confess” below.