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Record labels denounce R. Kelly over Surviving R.Kelly documentary

American singer, songwriter and record producer Robert Silvester Kelly also known as R. Kelly is on a tough path. This is after record labels RCA and Sony put on hold any releasing of his music. The record labels are acting in response to allegations of physical abuse and sexual harassment that were directed to the artist by a number of women.

In a three-part documentary dubbed Surviving R Kelly which was released to the netizens a while ago, the women narrate how they encountered the horrifying ordeal from the talented musician. This was followed by a massive outcry from the fans and the general public to record labels and record houses to keep away from the singer and block him from accessing their services.

Humanitarian organs are pushing towards the banishment of the artist in an effort to serve justice to his victims and offer him the punishment he deserves. The record houses seemed to have followed the words of the majority and decided not to release any of his music or fund his projects. This is bearing the fact that he is supposed to release two more albums in order to service his contract. However, it appears that this will not happen until all the criminal charges against him have been resolved.  All the Surviving R Kelly victims are very emotional as they narrate their unfortunate ordeals with the singer.

His predicament was further worsened by his fellow artists coming out to denounce his behavior and even regretting having worked with him in the past. The artists expressed their disappointment with Kelly and promised to help follow the matters to the latter.

Kelly has been recording tracks privately and releasing them through his social media accounts to help salvage the situation. Nevertheless, he has not come out officially to express his side of the story publicly. We hope matters lessen up for him so that he can get back on stage.

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Written by Musa T

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