"He gets royalties from his songwriting", said Greenberg.
With fresh focus on the claims, which have prompted a new criminal investigation, his attorney Steve Greenberg said his client strongly denies all the allegations.
Greenberg noted that Kelly's spirits are high and that "he's out and about" while also praising him as a "phenomenal" artist and highlighting that there has been an increase in streams of his music since the documentary aired.
When he spoke with the publication, Watts said he has actually gotten mixed reactions from listeners, many of which have thanked him, while others have condemned the station for throwing a man under the bus who hasn't been proven guilty yet.
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Activists from the #TimesUp and #MuteRKelly movements have seized on the renewed attention to call for fans and music industry partners to cut ties with Kelly and some past collaborators are apologizing for having worked with him.
The woman allegedly met R. Kelly in 2017 when she was 19 and he began to groom her to join his sex cult, she told authorities.
The woman also claimed that R. Kelly gave her herpes when they had sex in Dallas.
Greenberg explained that he and Kelly "have not looked at all of the women" that appeared in the documentary, adding that "all that matters is that whatever any of them are saying did not happen". But he said that was not necessary to determine that they lied, noting that none of them ever went to police or presented anyone with evidence of physical abuse.