The “Surviving Lies” Facebook page created by R. Kelly and his team to expose his victims was shut down hours after it was launched.
The Facebook page highlighted Asante McGee’s criminal history and alleges Jocelyn Savage‘s parents hired Asante to “infiltrate” R. Kelly’s camp to gather incriminating evidence.
But, they claim Asante got her foot in the door and loved being a part of the team…until she was booted for stealing.
The page also included an alleged recorded conversation between Asante’s ex-boyfriend and her daughter, who says her mother loved living it up with R. Kelly.
Then, there are photos and text messages of Faith Rodgers, the woman who is suing R. Kelly for transmitting Herpes, that are supposed to “prove” she liked calling him “daddy.”
One text included her home address
The “Surviving Lies” Facebook page also promised to post private videos she allegedly sent R. Kelly in full.
Hours after the page was launched, it had thousands of followers some looking for tea and others who continued to drag the R&B predator.
But, Facebook hit a “toot toot” and “beep beep” and pulled the key out of the ignition by shutting down the page because it violated their community standards.
A rep told TMZ, “We do not tolerate bullying or sharing other’s private contact information and take action on content that violates our policies as soon as we’re aware.”
It’s unclear if the “Surviving Lies” website is still a go.