So far Lady Gaga, Omarion, and Chance The Rapper have apologized for beforehand collaborating with R. Kelly once they knew of his sexual misconduct allegations however merely turned a blind eye. The newest to share an announcement on the matter is Nick Cannon, who teamed with R. Kelly for the 2003 music "Gigolo."
Nick shared a clip of the music video on Instagram with an in depth caption explaining how he'll not keep silent in relation to the mistreatment of girls in an business that has allowed it for years.
"After a lot self-reflection and meditation, I've to be one of many first to confess that in my previous I’ve DEFINITELY turned a blind eye to a variety of darkness on this business," he wrote. "Let’s cease beating across the bush and name it what it's. This whole business was established and constructed by evil and predatorily spirits and male chauvinistic conduct."
Nick detailed how ladies have been handled like "second class residents" for a lot too lengthy and it is about time that it stops. "Please think about an advocate, ally and scholar that wants steerage in an business that was designed to reap the benefits of ladies. Let’s change it ALL instantly. And name all of it to the desk for our ignorance, unsuitable doings and disrespect. I apologize my Queens," he added.