"It's been nearly two years now, and we still haven't seen our daughter", said Savage's father, according to a Complex report on the last episode of "Surviving R. Kelly". R. Kelly has not watched it yet.
"R Kelly and I have sometimes, very untrue things written about us, so in a way this was a bond between us".
Some critics seized on Chance's remarks about black women, which were quoted by Rolling Stone earlier on Saturday as they appeared in the documentary.
Jerhonda Pace, a survivor of R.Kelly, said, "I felt like a prisoner".
His comments come on the heels of the Lifetime documentary series "Surviving R. Kelly", which features interviews with women who allege Kelly preyed upon them when they were underage and abused them.
R. Kelly has reportedly claimed that he does not know numerous women interviewed for a shocking documentary about his past, which finished airing on Lifetime over the weekend.
The documentary has given a boost to the #MuteRKelly hashtag, which is part of an ongoing social media campaign for listeners to boycott Kelly's music.
According to police reports, the parents of Joycelyn Savage called police on January 3rd, claiming they were receiving threats from a man who claimed to be Don Russell, the manager for R. Kelly.
In addition to the many allegations, Surviving R. Kelly also details Kelly's life, including his molestation as a child, his ascent as a singer, and his secret marriage to Aaliyah in 1994, when she was 15 and he was 33. It was just a quick little ceremony, nothing elaborate. I didn't see all of the special but that's what they say!
"Aaliyah looked anxious, scared", Smith continued. I didn't have anyone to talk to.
The documentary is massively upsetting to watch, with woman after woman telling stories with paralleling patterns of his behaviour.
'I don't think he understands girls that are young how impressionable we are and how traumatic these experiences are'.
Neither R. Kelly or his team have made any public statements acknowledging the since-removed Facebook page. If he's not going to jail, then I hope his friends, family or the people who claim to love him can at least try to get him into some type of treatment program where his multiple problems can be sorted out before more women suffer in the future.