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Sony Music dumps R. Kelly after controversial documentary

SBS Saturday, 19 January 2019
Sony Music dumps R. Kelly after controversial documentaryR. Kelly has been dropped by Sony Music after allegations of sexual abuse.
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Sony Music Drops R. Kelly The singer has been involved in scandal for more than two decades over accusations of sexual misconduct, including pedophilia. The recent documentary, 'Surviving R. Kelly,' has prompted calls for the company to drop him. He was removed from the RCA Records website on Friday....

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