In Her Tell-all Book, Joycelyn Savage Reveals What It's Like To Live In The Shadow Of R. Kelly

In Her Tell-all Book, Joycelyn Savage Reveals What It’s Like To Live In The Shadow Of R. Kelly

The longtime live-in girlfriend and now alleged fiancée of R. Kelly, Joycelyn Savage, is set to release a book revealing everything about her relationship with the troubled R&B star.

In an email to The Post, Savage, 26, confirmed the book’s title would be “Love and Joy of Robert” and that it would be published on Saturday.

In Her Tell-all Book, Joycelyn Savage Reveals What It’s Like To Live In The Shadow Of R. Kelly

In her book’s introduction, she wrote, “All I can say about the contents of the book is that it is about Robert, the beginning of my life in Robert’s shadow, when things began to take off, and where they are currently headed,” she wrote about the book.

Savage would neither confirm nor deny to The Post that she and Kelly, whose full name is Robert Sylvester Kelly, are engaged to be married.

There will be an answer to every question in my book,” she said confidently.

There is no word yet on whether the book will be self-published or will be published by an established publishing house, as well as where the book will be published.

According to documents obtained by The Post in July, Savage had drafted a letter to a federal judge describing herself as Kelly’s fiancée and requesting that he receive a lenient sentence for his decades-long abuse of women and underage girls and boys as a result of the abuse.

As a result of the sex trafficking case, Kelly was sentenced to 30 years in prison.

In advance of Robert’s sentencing, I am writing this letter in support of him so that I can explain to the court that I am not the victim that the government has painted me to be in their narrative.”

She continued to describe him as an “all-around incredible person” as well as “not the monster that he has been described to be by the government as being”.

I am deeply in love with Robert, and it breaks my heart that the government has created a narrative that portrays me as a victim, Savage continued.

It is my intention to provide this letter to the court as I am a grown woman and I can speak for myself as a result.

“He is a great man, with a great heart, and deserves to be home with the people who love him, who are ready to support him all the way,” she concluded.

The marriage to Savage would be Kelly’s third marriage in her life. In 1994, he secretly married a 15-year-old girl named Aaliyah, who was later killed in a plane crash in 2001, after secretly marrying her in 1994.

There was an annulment of their illegal marriage. From 1996 to 2009, he was married to choreographer Andrea Kelly, with whom he had three children over the course of their marriage.

The parents of Savage, Jonjelyn, and Timothy, have been publicly pleading to their daughter to leave Kelly for some time now.

In 2020, they will be interviewed in-depth for the six-part documentary series “Surviving R. Kelly: Part II: The Reckoning” to be released in 2020.

A few months ago, Savage posted on Instagram that she was going to tell “my story,” adding in a follow-up post that she had partnered up with @Patreon where she would post daily chapters of her story each day.

This is what I am going to reveal that was sworn not to see the light of day – by NDA. In order to save the lives of many others, I am risking my life.”

Essence reported that Savage acknowledged that she had been manipulated by Kelly in her Patreon posts.

She reportedly met Kelly at a concert when she was 15 and dropped out of college to live with him. Her Patreon account was removed after she claimed Kelly told her, “Baby girl, you’re going to be the next Aaliyah.”

Kelly was found guilty of nine charges, including racketeering and violating the Mann Act, which prohibits the interstate transport of women and girls for “immoral purposes” in July.