AceShowbiz - Joycelyn Savage has broken her silence after someone who claimed to be her made a bunch of claims against her embattled boyfriend R. Kelly. In a video sent to TMZ, the raven youth denied ever accusing him of such things on Patreon and insisted that she would never betray Kelly.
Expressing how tired she is by "all the lies that we have seen about the man we love so much," she said while reading something on her phone, "I've said before that none of this is true. It's a shame how they are treating him. It is so wrong on so many levels, and he does not deserve this." She also stressed that she would not be a part of "assassination of R. Kelly's name, music career and his character."
Later, Joycelyn hoped that Kelly, whom she dubbed "the best thing that ever happen to me and Azriel," would be permitted to be released and come home in peace, before saying that she still regularly contacts the disgraced R&B singer. "We still support and we will never betray him," the lady continued.
Shutting down the abuse claims written on Patreon, Joycelyn said, "I'm not that kind of girl that would do something like that and betray him. I've been through so much with him, and we have a bond that is so special that no one ever can't break. ...I would never in a million years hurt him like this. I would never do that."
"So, it's really really sad that somebody would pretend to be me and put it out in the world and say that I am a victim, that I am brainwashed. I am a sex slave. Lord have mercy," she continued. "It's just really really sad and I am just really heartbroken for all of this that's going on. ...We still support him, we still talk to him, we still see him."
Joycelyn previously made headlines after a person who claimed to be her began sharing details on Patreon about her life with Kelly, claiming that she had been a "victim" of his psychological and sexual abuse for years. Given how she has always been supporting him, some critics called into question the legitimacy of the profile, before Patron removed the account and returned all of the funds.