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New York rapper Cam’ron is really, really, really having torn feelings about how he feels toward R&B icon R. Kelly. Killa Cam has shared his state of mind after watching Lifetime’s new Surviving R. Kelly docuseries.

Cam hopped on Instagram Saturday (January 5) to share footage of himself bobbing to Kells’ classics while also admitting he doesn’t know how he’s supposed to feel toward the disgraced crooner.

Despite the controversy surrounding it, Lifetime’s must-watch series has brought in historic ratings.

The premiere of Lifetime’s much-talked-about docuseries Surviving R. Kelly drew 1.9 million total viewers Thursday night, marking Lifetime’s best performance in more than two years in all key demos, and amid a flurry of attention on social media. The docuseries drew 1.2 million among adults 25-54, 1.1 million adults 18-49, 837,000 women 25-54 and 767,000 women 18-49, according to Nielsen Media Research. The docuseries also ranked as Lifetime’s best unscripted performance in more than three years in all key demos. (Deadline)

R&B singer John Legend has defended his decision to appear in the new Lifetime project.

According to reports, John will appear in tonight’s final airing.

Legend, who appears in the final installment of “Surviving R. Kelly” on Saturday, spoke out against R. Kelly’s actions. Members of R. Kelly’s inner circle, his alleged victims and their family members were also featured on the program, but it was reportedly hard for Detroit author and filmmaker Dream Hampton to find any other musicians who would discuss the allegations on camera. (Huffington Post)