Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Chance the Rapper Pulls R. Kelly Collab


Last week Chance the Rapper suffered social media backlash after his close ties to R. Kelly's alleged underage sex tape partner were revealed, despite his claims to initially not believe the accusers because they were Black [click here if you missed that].

Now Chance joins the growing list of musicians removing their collabs with R. Kelly from various streaming services...

From TMZ
It looks like Chance the Rapper has removed his song with R. Kelly from streaming services without publicly announcing it. Their joint track, "Somewhere in Paradise," has been disabled on Spotify. 
Celine Dion and Lady Gaga have also removed their R. Kelly collabs from music streaming services and Omarion from B2K has vowed to stop performing their songs written by R. Kelly as soon as their upcoming Millennium Tour is over.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

From the get-go, they all should not have collaborated anyway. Fraud and fake ass outrage.. time to move on to something else

Anonymous said...

Chance should change his name to Conflicted because there's a big chance he might be. smh

Anonymous said...

Been done with this weak ass boy. He lets everybody and they momma decide what he should, do, what he should apologize for or not, and probably when to wipe his ass. Sooooooo

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