R. Kelly: Chance the Rapper, Lady Gaga pull down collaboration with artist from streaming over alleged sexual abuse


Popular American rapper, Chance the rapper
has removed his 2015 R. Kelly collaboration
“Somewhere in Paradise” from digital
streaming platforms (e.g., Spotify, Apple
Music, and TIDAL), TMZ reports.
Chance, who participated in Lifetime’s
“Surviving R. Kelly” documentary series,
recently said, “Making a song with R. Kelly
was a mistake.”
Chance also on his social media pages
apologized to fans for collaborating with
He wrote: “I apologize to all of his survivors
for working with him and for taking this long
to speak out.”
Most musicians have started distancing
themselves from R. Kelly as allegations of
sexual abuse continue to mount.
Lady Gaga reportedly pulled her R. Kelly
collaboration “Do What U Want” from DSPs
after apologizing for working with Kelly.
Meanwhile, R. Kelly has continued to deny
allegations of sexual and physical abuse
and misconduct despite viral “Surviving R.
Kelly” documentary series.

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