Oh, please. R. Kelly’s ex-girlfriend Azriel Clary took to Instagram to clap back at a fan who accused her of trying to hook up with rapper Drake after congratulating him on the success of his song “Tootsie Slide.” The 22-year-old set the user straight in the comments on Tuesday, April 7.

“They just mad cause I passed em’ like a test, yeah you hatin’ but you really just impressed,” the aspiring singer captioned a video of her skateboarding and then rapping to the 33-year-old’s latest hit. “CONGRATS to @champagnepapi for ‘TOOSIE SLIDE’ being number 1 on the charts,” she added.

“Girl, you [are] trying to shoot that lil shot at Drake,” the fan wrote with laughing emoji after Azriel gushed over the Grammy award-winning artist. Clearly annoyed by the accusation, she replied, “Girl, I’ve been doing what I do every day. Bye,” she said with several eye roll emoji.

Considering Azriel was already involved with a celebrity, it makes sense she would be hesitant to jump into another romance with someone in the public eye.

The up-and-comer moved out of R. Kelly’s Chicago Trump Tower condo in December 2019 after five years of dating. Since leaving the disgraced R&B singer, 53, Azriel has been extremely outspoken about their disturbing relationship. She alleged Kelly was “controlling” and “abusive” in an interview with The Sun in January.

“[I] could not do anything without him knowing. You have to ask him if you could go to the restroom, you would have to knock anytime you would enter or leave a room,” she told the outlet. “He controlled you to what you wore. Anything that was tight, hugging, revealing, was not allowed. You had to wear very loose clothing. The fact that I looked so young, I had to wear hats every time I left to go out.”

Courtesy of Azriel Clary/Instagram

Kelly is currently in prison for several accusations of sexual assault. On Tuesday, April 7, the “I Believe I Can Fly” singer was denied bail by a federal judge after he submitted a request to be temporarily released in March due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Kelly has denied all accusations of sexual misconduct.

If you or anyone you know has been sexually abused, call the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-HOPE (4673). A trained staff member will provide confidential, judgment-free support as well as local resources to assist in healing, recovering and more.

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