This documentary was epic. It was shocking, heartbreaking, scary, and a wake up call for so many people. I couldn't imagine my daughters being in this type of situation. My babies, my precious girls who are innocent and full of life and potential to do so many great things. This monster is in plain sight preying on these naive souls. Children and women with broken self esteem. We as a people need to start the conversation and grooming from early years to place that value in our girls that they are worthy and deserving of all the love and respect as any other ethnicity. I am shaking as I type this review with tears streaming down my face. R. Kelly, get help sir. Get your soul in order. Get right with with your higher power. Wow, how sad is it that he continues to walk freely in the world. There are people behind bars for lesser crimes. I do take solace in knowing that he will pay for what he has done. One way or the other. I do feel like he had a lot of enablers around him allowing him to continue this sick and demonic behavior. They are guilty as well. Some of these women say he loved them. He didn't, he only cares for himself and his sick need to exploit and control. It's a must see! It's important, it's thought provoking, it's impactful and it should start a conversation with the young women around you. Say something, teach, guide and love on our babies. So, they won't someday go and run into the arms of a monster. There are R. Kelly's all over the world.