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EXCLUSIVE SNEAK PEEK: R. Kelly's Ex-Wife & Daughter Have Heart-To-Heart Over Unpaid Child Support On 'GUHH: ATL'

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R. Kelly's ex-wife Andrea Kelly and his daughter Buku Abi opens up about the singer not paying child support on tonight's episode of "Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta." Peep our exclusive sneak peek inside...

A new episode of "Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta" airs tonight and viewers will get to see the affect of R. Kelly's antics on at least one of his three children.

Kelly's ex-wife Andrea Kelly and his daughter Buku Abi (born Joann Kelly) sit down for a heart-to-heart about the singer not coughing up the cash to pay his child support.

You'll recall, the Grammy Award winner turned himself in to police in March after a dispute over $160,000 in unpaid child. The whole sexual abuse scandal against Kelly is taking a toll on Buku and she shared how it's "unfair" that she's being bullied online due to her father's alleged sexual misconduct.

"I didn't ask to be here," Buku said while fighting back tears during a confessional.


Check it below:

According to recent reports, R. Kelly and Andrea's divorce files will be made public starting next week, a Cook County judge ruled. After more than five years under wraps, information about Kelly's pre-nuptial agreement and a request by the singer to reduce his support payments will be made public.

Also, a woman has come forward with claims that she was raped by multiple men at R. Kelly's former studio.

Last week, the Chicago Sun-Times reported a 31-year-old woman was taken to Rush Hospital after she made claims that two men sexually assaulted her inside Kelly's former studio. She said she was approached by the men at the bar, she shopped in the car with them, and was taken to the singer's former studio, where two men raped her.

Kelly vacated the building in February after a judge placed a curfew on the use of the premises. You'll recall, city attorneys said the studio was being used illegally as a living space and many building code violations that it was “too potentially dangerous to allow the tenant to use the building at all.”

Photo: Buku's IG

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