Pussycat Dolls Joins Other Musicians Taking Their R Kelly Collaborations Off Streaming Platforms


Pussycat Dolls Joins Other Musicians Taking Their R Kelly Collaborations Off Streaming Platforms

By Favour Nnaemeka

The Pussycat Dolls are the latest musicians who are working removing their collaboration with troubled singer R. Kelly, off digital platforms.

Sources claim Interscope, the popular all-female group’s label is currently working behind the scenes to get the song “Out Of This Club” featuring R. Kelly removed from all streaming services.

READ: Label Puts R. Kelly Music On Hold Amid ‘Surviving’ Docu-Series Controversy

The song produced by Kelly dropped in 2008 to mixed reviews with a critic referring to the track as a “standard sex you up fare (you wouldn’t expect anything less from Kelly, would you?)”

Other artistes who have made similar moves to #MuteRKelly after Lifetime aired the docuseries, “Surviving R. Kelly.” include Lady Gaga, Celine Dion, Omarion. Gaga while reacting to the situation said she stands in solidarity with the women Kelly allegedly abused.

Ironically, streaming numbers for R Kelly continues to increase even as the singer has vowed to sue Lifetime for going ahead to air the documentary even after being issued a cease and desist.

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