Although French Montana appeared to brush off widespread allegations of sexual abuse in opposition to R. Kelly in feedback made this weekend, the rapper has since taken to Twitter to make clear his viewpoint.

"Let me be clear," he wrote Sunday afternoon (Jan. 13). "My coronary heart is with the victims. I by no means thought the folks I seemed as much as as a child, who sang and danced and gave me hope to change into a celebrity would change into drug addicts, little one molestors and rapists. I’m hoping we as a tradition create higher leaders. We want them."

The assertion was in distinction to what Montana beforehand instructed TMZ on Saturday, suggesting Kelly ought to be capable of get pleasure from his legacy: "They don't let no one have their legendary moments. I really feel like they did Michael Jackson like that. They did R. Kelly like that. All the greats went down like that."

"Whatever occurred, occurred," he added on the time. "[He went] within the courtroom of regulation and gained."

Kelly's historical past of alleged sexual abuse has been extensively mentioned this week alongside the current launch of Surviving R. Kelly, a docuseries that aired on Lifetime.

See Montana's tweet under.