R&B singer R. Kelly is trying to stay positive amid allegations he controls and manipulates every aspect of life for the multiple women who live with him.

The artist, 50, posted a motivational quote about looking forward to Twitter on Tuesday — one day after the explosive accusations surfaced.

"Don’t let yesterday take up too much of today," read the quote, which was published in photo form to the social media website.

Kelly also included a caption for the tweet that read: "You have work to do and purpose to live. Make it count."

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You have work to do and purpose to live. Make it count.#MorningsWithKellz #MorningMotivation pic.twitter.com/cI59XSmXqu

He later shared a tweet wishing a happy birthday to South Africa president Nelson Mandela, along with a message about overcoming adversity.

"One thing you taught us is how to stand strong in the face of adversity," Kelly tweeted. "Happy Birthday #NelsonMandela- Rest in Peace.#LegendsHonorLegends."

The singer tweet comes shortly after BuzzFeed published an article in which three women formerly part of Kelly’s inner circle claimed he houses up to six women in his Chicago and Atlanta-area homes and regulates their lives — including what they wear, when they eat and what they do sexually.

The parents of one live-in woman named Joycelyn Savage said in the same article that their daughter had been brainwashed by Kelly and told police they believe their daughter is part of the singer’s "cult."

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Police went to Kelly’s home in Georgia in December and his home in Chicago in January to check on the girl, but no charges were filed.

Savage has since come forward in a video published by TMZ to say she’s "totally fine," but did not disclose her location and chose not to answer if she had roommates or had the ability to leave whenever she wanted.

One thing you taught us is how to stand strong in the face of adversity. Happy Birthday #NelsonMandela– Rest in Peace.#LegendsHonorLegends pic.twitter.com/HXfHnBc7FD

Kelly’s attorney, Linda Mensch, released a statement Monday denying the allegations.