Lady Gaga has officially cancelled R. Kelly

For readers who may not be aware of Aaliyah's connection to R. Kelly - who, in 2017, was accused of running a sex cult - the two reportedly had a mentee-mentor relationship when she was a young teenager and he was in his 20s.

"I am hurt and saddened because he could have been a blessing to these women but instead he repeatedly took advantage and that I cannot accept", she wrote. Of the images that were leaked, we know they included Gaga crawling between Kelly's legs as they were spread apart, and Terry Richardson taking pictures of Gaga while she's naked and writhing in newspapers. "The decision for him to come on was after it had already been written, but it was not an intentional reference to his [alleged] behavior".

During the track Gaga sings: "Do what you want, what you want with my body/ Do what you want, don't stop, let's party".

Following her apology and removal of her and R. Kelly's song, "Do What U Want," a source close to Lady Gaga told Page Six that her Kelly collaboration began as a project with Chicago-based DJ White Shadow.

In her Twitter post, which was captioned "I stand by anyone who has ever been the victim of sexual assault", she promised to remove "Do What U Want" from streaming services.

Rapper R. Kelly is now being evicted from his music studio in Chicago, according to a report Thursday. "I feel compelled to do something".

"I believe a hundred percent that me and my family are in danger", Timothy Savage said after he reported the alleged threats to police.

Attorney Gerald Griggs, left, and R. Kelly.

"My understanding is that she did not claim to be 15", he said.

Williams, who had skipped school that day, said she was then given $1,000 and sent on her way.

However, the state's attorney's office has said it has received calls about R. Kelly since Foxx's request, and is following up on those calls.

"And if anything the message of this song remains that although you may have had my body, you will never have my heart, my voice my life or my mind", she added.

The singer has for years faced allegations he sexually abused women, but the 52-year-old hasn't been charged and he's denied any wrongdoing.

A Cook County judge this week ordered the R&B star out of the warehouse at 219 North Justine Street after Midwest Commercial Funding said he owed almost $80,000 in back rent, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.

Vanessa Coleman