R&B singer R. Kelly has the spotlight fully on him right now. Footage has resurfaced from a 2016 concert and shows three women featured in the new Surviving R. Kelly docuseries having fun near the stage.

In the footage, all three women appear to be voluntarily at the New Jersey concert.

TMZ obtained this footage from an October 2016 show in New Jersey. You can see Joycelyn Savage, Dominique Gardner and Azriel Clary standing next to each other in clear view of Kelly while he’s onstage. Loved ones for all 3 appeared on ‘Surviving,’ claiming Kelly held them against their will. Looking at the video, one could say they were thoroughly — and voluntarily — enjoying themselves at the concert. However, one could also say it’s textbook Stockholm Syndrome … where victims develop a connection to their captor, but it’s really a psychological defense to survive an ordeal. (TMZ)

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

Over the 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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Early Monday, R&B singer Omarion said he viewed Kelly as both a victim and predator.