Convicted predator R. Kelly’s ‘I Admit It’ album leaked — out of jail

R. Kelly may not get released, but his album is.

The tense rapper apparently released a new album titled ‘I Admit’ on Friday while still incarcerated on federal sex crimes charges – although it’s unclear who is actually behind the release.

Sony Music Entertainment’s Legacy Recordings declined to comment when contacted by The Post; However, an insider said it was not a label release. TMZ similarly reported that a Sony Music source said it appears to be a “bootleg” album.

Some of the tunes are from 2018 but don’t appear to be released on Apple and Spotify until Friday. However, as of Friday afternoon, both music streaming sites have removed the album.

It’s still unclear who released the album and how, but the new release is going viral because it includes three tracks that deal with the years-long allegations made against the 55-year-old convicted sex offender. The “I Believe I Can Fly” singer – real name Robert Sylvester Kelly – is currently serving a 30-year sentence on sex trafficking charges after being convicted in New York last year of decades of sexually abusing women, girls and boys .

On the album, R. Kelly seems to open up about some of his scandalous behaviors, most notably in the multi-part song “I Admit It (I Did It)” in which he proclaims, “I done f – – ked with a couple of fans” – and even claims he slept with his girlfriend’s girlfriend. In an infamous incident in 2017, a Mississippi sheriff’s deputy filed a lawsuit against the R&B superstar for allegedly putting his wife to bed and giving her chlamydia.

R Kelly's new album "I admit it" addresses allegations made against him over the years.
R. Kelly’s rumored new album, I Admit It, addresses allegations that have been leveled at him over the years.

Despite seemingly airing his own dirty laundry, R. Kelly claims he still respects women on the track.

“How they’re going to say I don’t respect these women when all I did was representation,” he raps, adding that the public is “pissed that I have some girlfriends.”

At one point in a three-part, 15-minute song, the rapper even seems to blame his victims’ parents for introducing them: “And if you really, really want to know. Her father dropped her off at my show. And told this boy to bring her on stage. I admit it was exaggerated.”

Singer R. Kelly appears during a hearing at the Leighton Criminal Courthouse on September 17, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois.
Singer R. Kelly appears during a hearing at the George N. Leighton Criminal Court on September 17, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois.
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It’s unclear why Kelly was allowed back on Spotify, which stopped promoting the lyricist’s music in 2018 amid allegations of running a sex cult.

According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons’ inmate database, Kelly is currently being held at the Chicago Metropolitan Correctional Center. He is also on trial in Chicago in a separate case accused of videotaping himself having sex with multiple children, luring children into sex and tampering with his 2008 pornography trial. Convicted predator R. Kelly’s ‘I Admit It’ album leaked — out of jail

Emma Bowman

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