The hip-hop and R&B group continues to talk out in opposition to R. Kelly.
While selling his new album and documentary The WIZRD on Power 106’s “The Cruz Show” this week, Future was requested what he thinks of the embattled singer within the wake of Lifetime’s “Surviving R. Kelly” docuseries.
“If R. Kelly desires a monitor, are you recording with R. Kelly?” requested host J Cruz, to which Future responded, “Man, who's that? I believed we had forgot about that.”
Future, who collaborated with Kelly on “Tear It Up” off 2013’s Black Panties album, went on to make clear his stance. “We’re giving it an excessive amount of consideration. When you give issues an excessive amount of consideration, they blow up.” he mentioned.
Following the six-part airing of “Surviving R. Kelly,” Kelly’s music noticed a lift in streams, which Future additionally addressed. “That’s why his music gon’ do what it did ’trigger y’all maintain speaking about it. Stop speaking about it—it’ll go away.”
When requested if there’s a “sense of pretend outrage” from the general public, Future responded. “I don’t know what it's. It’s simply too many individuals speaking about it,” he added. “I feel behind the scenes, there’s speculated to be issues achieved how they speculated to be achieved, and cease giving adverse consideration consideration.”
The documentary has additionally impressed different artists to talk out together with Meek Mill, John Legend, Ne-Yo, 6LACK, and Chance the Rapper, who shared his regrets over collaborating with the singer. “Making a track with R. Kelly was a mistake,” Chance informed Cassius.
The docuseries, which chronicles allegations of abuse in opposition to the singer, has led to an investigation in Georgia. Investigators have reportedly contacted survivors together with Asante McGee and Joycelyn Savage, and are additionally in search of info from others who lived in Kelly’s former Atlanta house.