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R&B veteran R. Kelly isn’t going to stand around and let the Internet bury him. Instead, the crooner has reportedly decided to fight back following Lifetime’s Surviving R. Kelly docuseries by going after his accusers.

According to reports, Kelly and his team are on the verge of launching a site called SurvivingLies.com in an attempt to expose his accusers for lying on him.

For now … there’s a Facebook page dedicated to the new cause — the site itself is not live yet as of this post. It appears R. Kelly’s first target is Asante McGee — one of the women who’s spoken out and claims was one of Kelly’s “sex slaves” … but his team has put out a video that they say contradicts her story. The Facebook page links to a YouTube video which claims Asante’s daughter has debunked her mother’s claims of sexual abuse and control at the hands of Kelly in a leaked phone convo with her BF, allegedly telling him she often raved of a luxurious lifestyle and the perks of being with him. (TMZ)

This week, UGK’s Bun B took a firm stance againt Kelly and some of his affiliates.

This past weekend, Kelly protégé Sparkle released a new song inspired by the Lifetime event

Sparkle alleges Kelly offered her money to stay quiet, which she refused and resulted in the singer losing her music career. However, now she has a new song with lyrics that say, “Said that we were weak long enough, but time is up/ We ain’t weak/ We have a voice and its loud, no we ain’t just figure it out/ When we come together we win we overcome battles, we fall, we’ll do it again/ And it’s never been an easy win, but we are ready.” (BET)

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A few hours ago, R&B singer Omarion said he viewed Kelly as both a victim and predator.