Keke Palmer went on record again speaking out about R. Kelly.
During Sunday night’s Watch What Happens Live, Palmer admitted that the Surviving R. Kelly documentary “was eye-opening, painful, sad, disappointing and heartbreaking.”
When Andy Cohen asked Palmer if she surprised by the allegations, she said, “Yes, because that’s not the side I knew. That’s not the person that I worked with. That’s not the experience had. So, just imagine if you’re having a great experience with someone and then you’re hearing all this stuff it’s like, ‘Why didn’t you show them what you showed me?’ That’s the feeling I had.”
Earlier this year, Palmer expressed similar opinions of the documentary.