Surviving R. Kelly is a six-part Lifetime documentary detailing sexual abuse allegations against singer R. Kelly. Kelly has continuously denied the allegations against him. It aired over three nights, from January 3 to January 5, 2019.
The six part documentary series has become a ratings hit for Lifetime network re-igniting the sexual-abuse allegations that have long circled around the R&B singer.
With all the controversy surrounding the singer R. Kelly, his fan base and supporters have started to diminish, his shows are being cancelled and his music are getting less and less spins on radio.
Numerous artists have come out to speak against R.Kelly including Common, Ne-Yo, Jada Pinkett Smith, John Legend, Chance The Rapper, Omarion, Meek Mill, Kerry Washington, Bun B and many others.
After Lady Gaga breaks her silence on R. Kelly she has delivered on her promise to remove a duet with the R&B Apple Music, iTunes & Spotify
Future has addressed R. Kelly, on “The Cruz Show” this week, He’s said he is not surprised by the increase in consumption of R. Kelly’s music, and argued people will stop listening to it if people stop talking about him so much.
He said “We’re giving it too much attention. When you give things too much attention, they blow up,”
Given the compounding allegations against R.Kelly regarding his conduct with women as well as underage girls, as well as the Surviving R. Kelly is a six-part Lifetime documentary footage and testimonies, Do you think by listening to R. kelly’s music you are ultimately condoning his behavior?