#Roommates, it’s only been a few days since the debut of Lifetime’s docuseries #SurvivingRKelly that has swept the country and sparked a huge debate online about sexual misconduct, pedophilia and abuse at large. Though #RKelly maintains that all allegations against him are untrue, the evidence presented in the docuseries definitely has sparked serious questions and overall outrage of the lack of accountability.
AS a response to the allegations, R.Kelly’s team suggested they were in the process of creating a website called #SurvivingLies, however it seems some R.Kelly super fans beat them to the punch and created a Facebook page called #SurvivingLies and reportedly uploaded content to discredit the acusers who participated in the docuseries.
Facebook got wind of the page and snatched it right down, claiming the page violated their community standards. The full statement read: “The Page violated our Community Standards and has been removed. 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 R.Kelly was supporting the page or not, but at this point, Facebook isn’t tolerating any bullying of survivors!