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UPDATE: Several Petitions Demanding Sony Music Drops R. Kelly From Its Label Due To The ‘Cult’ Allegations

Its now obvious the allegations made against R&B singer, R.kelly is not going to slide off in time. So many petitions are rising up to back up these allegations. Requesting for him to be indicted and released from so many rights his fame has accrued him. The most recent of these petitions is of the Care2 Petition which states clearly why Sony Music should drop the singer from its label.

This is quite distraughting for the R&B singer’s career..

Originally reported by BuzzFeed, the story revealed disturbing details regarding women between the ages of 18-26 who are reportedly being held captive in two of his properties in Chicago and Atlanta. According to the story, Kelly controls every aspect of their lives, including “what they eat, how they dress, when they bathe, when they sleep, and how they engage in sexual encounters that he records.”

If Kelly’s rules are broken, in response, the singer physically and verbally abuses the women, according to the article. “We must not let habitual abusers float above justice simply because they are rich and famous,” the Care2 petition reads.

“Let’s work together to turn R. Kelly into a symbol for victim’s rights, reminding abusers everywhere that no one is untouchable.”

 

The singer has a past record of molesting young girls.

After the story made headlines Monday, Kelly’s lawyer, Linda Mensch, said in a statement to Pitchfork that her client “unequivocally denies” the allegations.

“Mr. Robert Kelly is both alarmed and disturbed by the recent revelations attributed to him”

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Written by How South Africa

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