Post Malone Supports Artists Pulling Their R. Kelly Collabs Off Streaming: ‘It’s the Right Thing to Do’

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Artists are beginning to take motion following the scathing backlash from the surprising revelations made throughout Lifetime's Surviving R. Kelly docuseries. Lady Gaga and Chance the Rapper have already pulled their collabs with the controversial R&B star from streaming providers and digital retailers, and when TMZ caught up with Post Malone leaving The Grove mall in Los Angeles on Monday night time, he voiced his assist for these distancing themselves from R. Kelly.

"He's completed a number of fucked-up shit, clearly," Posty mentioned when ambushed by the camerman whereas heading to his journey dwelling. TMZ continued to press the Texas transplant for his ideas on the notion that artists eradicating their collaborative tracks with Kells from the digital market are "rewriting historical past."

"It's the best factor to do," Malone mentioned, including, "He's additionally completed a number of huge, fucked-up shit. I assume that's the place I'll depart it."

Celine Dion is reportedly working to comply with in Gaga and Chance's footsteps by eradicating her "I'm Your Angel" duet with Kelly from streaming suppliers. The observe topped the Billboard Hot 100 in 1998.

Check out Post Malone giving his tackle the R. Kelly allegations under.