Dream Hampton did an impeccable job placing a highlight on the quite a few allegations of sexual abuse in opposition to R. Kelly. Since the docuseries aired, it reignited the dialog surrounding separating artwork from the artists. While many argue you could take heed to R. Kelly's music with out supporting his alleged actions, two radio stations in Dallas really feel the precise reverse. Earlier immediately, KRNB and Okay104 vowed to by no means spin one other R. Kelly file on-air once more.

R. Kelly's Music Banned From 2 Radio Stations Following "Surviving R. Kelly"
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Claudia Jordan, a radio host at KRNB, revealed on-air that the radio station will now not be supporting R. Kelly's music anymore. Jordan admitted that Kellz makes unimaginable music, however the allegations in opposition to him are too horrid to separate the artwork from the artist on this case.

"I simply really feel like, in good conscience, we simply can’t proceed to help this man. Sadly there are lots of people on the market and what they do of their work—they're proficient individuals—however they've demons. And I really feel like as a girl that's an advocate for different girls... We can not help this man anymore," she mentioned. "I’ve been a sufferer of abuse from a person, and it wasn’t as excessive as this. But studying all of the feedback, we've got to in some unspecified time in the future take a stance."

Okay104's DeDe McGuire agreed with Jordan and said she's pleased a stance is being taken in opposition to R. Kelly. She said that if the courts aren't doing the victims justice, then his music should be faraway from their rotation.

"I am glad that radio is taking that stance. Radio has all the time performed a serious function within the black group," she mentioned. "That goes again to the civil rights motion. We must maintain our personal. If the courts received’t maintain [Kelly] when it comes to punishing him, then we’ll cease enjoying his music as punishment."