Chance The Rapper has pulled his R. Kelly collab from streaming, Post Malone Supports it!

Chance The Rapper has pulled “Somewhere in Paradise,” the 2015 collaboration with R. Kelly, from streaming companies, as reported by TMZ. The tune not seems on Spotify, Apple Music, or Tidal, however stay it’s nonetheless out there on SoundCloud and Apple Music’s Connect.

The tune was eliminated after the premiere of Lifetime’s Surviving R. Kelly, a documentary sequence monitoring the allegations of sexual and psychological abuse inflicted by Kelly since earlier than the yr 2000.

Last week, Chance The Rapper formally disowned “Somewhere in Paradise.” “Making a tune with R. Kelly was a mistake,” Chance mentioned in an interview. He then expressed regreting that he didn't take the quite a few accusations towards Kelly extra critically.

Chance later tweeted an apology “to all of [Kelly’s] survivors for working with him.”
Lady Gaga issued her personal apology for her Kelly collaboration “Do What U Want” earlier than additionally pulling the tune from streaming companies final week.

Post Malone can also be probably the most latest artist to assist the #MuteRKelly motion. “You know that I feel—I feel primarily it's the proper factor to do. I don’t know, it’s probably not my place,” Malone mentioned. “…Yeah I perceive,” Malone continued. “But he’s additionally completed some ‘massive’ fucked up shit.”