Chester Jennings, aka Lyfe Jennings, provoked the #MeToo movement by recording his own version of R. Kelly's hit single "When A Woman's Fed Up". The song is sure to irk feminists since Lyfe appears to take R. Kelly's side in his ongoing sex cult drama.
In "Lyfetime", recorded over Kelly's "Fed Up" track, Jennings appears to show support for the embattled 52-year-old singer who is still dominating the headlines after a documentary aired on Lifetime Network that analyzed his alleged abuse of women in a Chicago studio and his Atlanta area mansion.
Lyfe, 40, sings, "Is it me or does anyone else find it kinda weird / The same little girl he kissed on / The little girl they say he pissed on / Her uncle still playing bass for Kells, and has been for years."
He also cast doubt on Kelly's female accusers who were all above the age of consent when they alleged that he held them hostage: "And them ni**as failed to mention / Women in their 30s ain't children / Your story can't be in the same sentence as a 14-year-old victim."
In related news, Kelly's manager agreed to turn himself in after making terroristic threats toward the father of one of Kelly's adult victims.
According to The Blast, James Mason will surrender to authorities on Wednesday in Henry County, GA after a judge issued an arrest warrant, citing "terroristic threats and acts."
Mason allegedly told the father of Joycelyn Savage he would kill him.
Gerald Griggs, an attorney for Timothy Savage, tells The Blast a Georgia District Attorney reached out to the family to ask if they would consent to a bond for Mason when he turns himself in.
The family consented to a bond, as long as Mason has "no contact" with them. Griggs said a restraining order against Mason will be a condition of the bond.
Lyfetime - Lyfe Jennings
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R. Kelly - When A Woman's Fed Up