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R. Kelly & Black Celebrity Wealth Games #SurvivingRKelly Lifetime Explained (WATCH)

*Attorney Antonio Moore and political commentator Yvette Carnell dig into the R. Kelly Lifetime series #survivingRKelly that exposes the long list of sexual allegations against the R&B star.

The two detail how this may be a result of Moore’s claim that black celebrity is a #DecadentVeil covering black poverty. And be part of a rising black celebrity new feudalism.

They look at wealth, aspiration and talent in evaluating the plagued stars relationships with his accusers.

Lifetime says its six-part documentary series “Surviving R. Kelly” garnered an average of 2.1 million total viewers, according to Nielsen live-plus-same-day ratings.

The series, which included interviews with #MeToo founder and civil rights activist Tarana Burke, musician John Legend and others, documents the decades of sexual abuse allegations against the R&B artist. It aired across three nights, starting on Thursday, Jan. 3, concluding on Saturday, Jan. 5.

Among adults aged 25-54 and 18-49, 1.2 million tuned in; that includes 858,000 women aged 25-54 and 798,000 women 18-49.

The high-profile docuseries attracted higher-than-average viewership for Lifetime, which should expect the final numbers to only increase once the live-plus-seven figures roll in. The show has renewed interest in the allegations, keeping them in the headlines and reportedly even spurring legal action against the artist. Variety 

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