R Kelly’s ex-girlfriend Asante McGee reveals how he wanted her to talk like a little girl
R Kelly’s ex-girlfriend, Asante McGee has revealed how the embattled singer wanted her to speak like a little girl during their relationship.
McGee reveals that at first she had no ideas about his alleged affection for minors.”I was not a teenager, I was nowhere near a teenager.” Despite him wanting her to speak to him in a baby voice.
“I never had any idea that he really liked minors; I was not a teenager, I was nowhere near a teenager. The only small red flag was that, when we were together, he always wanted me to talk like a little girl. He would tell me what to say, I would repeat it, and he would keep telling me “No. Do it different, do it a little softer,” until I got to the voice that he wanted. I thought it was odd, but then I thought that maybe it was just a role play for him.”
She later reveals that she “started to get concerned,” when the young looking girl was sitting on his lap at a concert in 2015, was later found out to be 17 years old.
“I met a girl who I’d seen at a 2015 show in Connecticut; I remember seeing her sitting on his lap, and I thought then that she looked mighty young. But a lot of us looked younger than we really are, so I didn’t question it then. Once I moved in, I learned that she was only 17 years old; that’s when I started to get concerned.
Being in the house, though, was also when I became very isolated. If I was alone in my room, I was able to use my phone to communicate, but I could not have my phone out in his presence, or in the presence of the other girls because he’d trained us to tattle on one another, to help him maintain control.
For instance, before I lived in the house, I had gone to a concert; afterwards, we went backstage and he asked one of the girls “How did she do?” I was confused, and then one of the girls say, “Oh Daddy, she did great. She danced. She knew all of your songs.” That’s how I discovered I was being watched; it was just mind boggling.
He began to test me like that, too. He’d ask if any of the girls or his workers had talked about him or his business, and when I would tell him no, he’d say Well you know if anybody say anything about Daddy, I want you to make sure that it’s okay to come back and tell Daddy, and Daddy will handle it. I never did.
But if one of the girls saw me using the phone when I wasn’t supposed to, she would go back and report, Oh hey Daddy. Asante was on the phone in the vehicle and she knows she’s not supposed to have the phone on. So somebody was always watching you, even if he wasn’t there.”