Sparkle’s new single is “enlivened by Lifetime’s Documentary Surviving R. Kelly and Women influenced by the “asserted” maltreatment of influential men of popular culture,” as per the melody’s portrayal. Sparkles affirmed against R. Kelly, a previous teammate, for a situation that included her 14-year-old niece. She professes to have denied his pay off, a choice esteemed as vocation suicide. On account of the partners that have roused a restored certainty to be vocal about the issue of sexual maltreatment, the songstress is at last back on the mic.
“I want to accredit @dreamhampton @briemirandabryant and everyone at @lifetimetv for presenting my and these courageous women testimonies with such care and accuracy,” she wrote via social media following the documentary’s finale. “This has been an emotional and eye-opening process. Please pray for all involved. Sincerely, Thank You!”
Sparkles profession ranges over decades having worked with Aaliyah on Age Ain’t Nothing But A Number and R. Kelly on R. Her last studio album Told You So dropped in 2000.
Said that we were weak long enough, but time is up
We ain’t weak, We have a voice and its loud,
No, we ain’t just figure it out
When we come together we win
We overcome battles
We fall, we’ll do it again
And it’s never been an easy win
But we are ready