Singer R. Kelly walked out of a live interview with the Huffington Post on Monday.
Host Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani was talking with the 48-year-old about his new album “The Buffet,” and how it’s anticipated to sell less copies than his 2013 release.
The reporter asked if the singer, who has faced sexual abuse allegations by multiple women but has never been convicted, believes those allegations may have affected his career.
“I know the difference between a negative question and a positive one so if I think it’s negative I’m going to walk,” R. Kelly said.
He was then asked if he had a “healthy relationship with sex” considering many of his past albums deal with the subject. He responded: “I did not come here to get interrogated. I didn’t come here for a deposition. Do you know what a deposition is?”
After the two exchanged more heated comments, R. Kelly said, "This interview is over" and walked off the set.
Watch the interview above.