R. Kelly has been all over headlines these past few days following Lifetime's Surviving R. Kelly docuseries. Many of R. Kelly's alleged sexual abuse victims went on camera to tell their stories. Of course, Kellz has been trying to maintain his innocence throughout this whole thing and even threatened to expose his accusers on a website called "Surviving Lies." However, if he really is surviving lies, he might want to take up his alleged victim's challenge to do a lie detector test on national television.

Asante McGee said the survivors of R. Kelly's alleged abuse must be believed. Speaking to TMZ, the former alleged victim of R. Kelly's sex cult said that these victims all have their own individual and unique stories from dealing with R. Kelly and it's time that their voices are heard.

"I think it would take for people to stop supporting him and to realize what he's doing and hold him accountable for his actions," McGree said. "At the end of the day, whatever's being said is the truth. These girls are unable to contact their family and if anyone has seen the docu-series has seen each one of had our own story and have had our own experience with R. Kelly."

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Kellz' might be maintaining his innocence right now, but McGee said that if he really wants to prove he isn't guilty of anything, he should get on live television and take a lie detector test.

"If you want to prove your innocence and say we're all lying -- which I know we're not -- I challenge him to a lie detector test live," she said. "Not one that we can't see where we can't see the results."

Peep the video below. Do you think R. Kelly should go on Maury and take a lie detector test? Sound off in the comments.