New York rapper Cam’ron is trying to level the playing field. The hip-hop veteran has stepped forward to drag late Playboy founder Hugh Hefner into the drama surrounding disgraced singer R. Kelly over his alleged obsession with young women.

Over the past few hours, Killa hopped on Instagram with posts about Hefner targeting women for Playboy despite being underage.

This week, Cam shared a video explaining his torn issues toward Kelly amid Lifetime’s tell-all docuseries centered on his personal life.

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.