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R. Kelly Rep Resigns After Saying He Would ‘Absolutely Not’ Trust Singer With His Daughter

Darrell Johnson, a member of jailed R. Kelly’s inner circle, stepped down as the singer’s crisis manager Monday after walking back a potentially damaging comment he made on CBS about not leaving his daughter alone with someone accused of pedophilia.

“I should have worded it better,” Johnson told USA TODAY, adding that he meant to say, “I would leave my daughter with Kelly because I do not believe he is a pedophile.

A short while later Johnson confirmed he no longer worked for Kelly as a crisis manager or spokesperson. “This has nothing to do with Mr. Kelly it’s for my (own) person(al) reasons,” he said in a statement to USA TODAY.

Source: USA Today

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