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R. Kelly breaks down on CBS

R. Kelly breaks down on CBS

"Forget the blogs, forget how you feel about me", Kelly said.

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R. Kelly has been silent in the public eye since allegations of sexual misconduct against minors resurfaced in January.

King brought up the allegations from multiple women, including those who say Kelly was emotionally and physically abusive, which Kelly strongly denied.

R. Kelly proclaimed his innocence Tuesday in Chicago during an interview with Gayle King that will air on Wednesday and Thursday's editions of CBS This Morning. "That's exactly what they're doing and they're trying to add all of this stuff now to that, to make all of this stuff that's going on now feel real to people", Kelly added.

"For one, I beat my case", he said.

CBS also plans to air interviews with two women who are now living with Kelly, including one whose parents say she is being held against her will.

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King counters Kelly by noting that numerous allegations are brand new. "It's not fair. When you beat your case you beat your case".

As King continued questioning Kelly, he began to get emotional telling viewers it was "stupid" to imagine he would "keep girls in my basement" considering accusations of child pornography levelled against him in 2002, which he was acquitted of. "That's stupid! Use your common sense". Hate me if you want to, love me if you want to. Stop it. All you quit playing. Just use your common sense.

"Use your common sense, how stupid would it be with my insane past... to be a monster and hold girls against their will, chain them up in my basement, and don't let them eat, and don't let them out", he added while shouting and flailing his arms.

"Quit playing, I didn't do this stuff", he says. This is not me! However, the singer's attorney, Steve Greenberg, said the singer didn't have the 10 percent - or $100,000 bail - that he needed to post, CBS Chicago reported. Friday's episode will feature an interview with Azriel Clary and Joycelyn Savage, two women now living with Kelly.

Kelly eventually broke into tears while pleading to the camera. "I'm fightin' for my fu**in' life".

The full interview will air on CBS This Morning on Wednesday.

For more on Kelly's case, watch below.

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