“Though some want 'expose' the pain filled, scared, abused women I was.....STOP! I AM No longer afraid," she wrote.
Dash, who was dating Aaliyah at the time of her death, accused his Roc-a-Fella co-founder of intentionally doing music with R. Kelly despite knowing that the singer "violated" Aaliyah.
The Chicago rapper is one of the few celebrities in Lifetime’s “Surviving R. Kelly” to share his regret over past collaborations with R. Kelly.
The premiere of the six-part documentary became Lifetime’s best performance in more than two years.
The award-winning musician shows how celebrities can help by speaking out against R. Kelly's decades of sexual misconduct, which he's denied.
His statements were made after executive producer dream hampton named him as one of the artists who declined to be interviewed for the series.
“These lies and fabrications cannot be tolerated and allowed to be spewed from the forked tongues of saboteurs of Aaliyah’s legacy," she said in a statement.
The threat was reportedly made from a phone with a Chicago area codeSurviving have not identified if the person is connected to Kelly.
Sources told ESSENCE the singer's accusers were in tears after the screening was cancelled.
The singer reveals the emotional abuse and manipulation she faced at the hands of the notorious R&B singer.