If you didn't think things could get worse for R. Kelly, then you thought wrong. Besides being evicted from a couple homes and protesters showing up to his infamous Chicago studio, his record label, RCA Records is allegedly refusing to put out any new music of his. Not only that, we're hearing that they won't fund any music videos either.
This all comes after Lifetime TV put out a six-part docuseries, detailing sexual and physical assault allegations from his victim's and their families.
Since the docuseries premiered, Georgia law enforcement has decided to open an investigation against R.Kelly and anyone associated with him. RCA Records will supposedly not change their mind until the investigation is over.
It has been said that R.Kelly has been losing a lot of money over the years and releasing new music is one of a few sources of income he has left.
Do you think what RCA Records is doing is morally right?