Atlanta rapper Future has a easy answer to stopping R. Kelly from shining – cease shining gentle on him. The hip-hop star has shared his ideas on the controversial singer amid all of the protection he’s acquired since final week’s Surviving R. Kelly docuseries aired.

In a brand new interview, Future questioned why individuals are nonetheless listening to him amid his previous sexcual controversies.

“Man, who’s that? I believed we had forgot about that? We giving it an excessive amount of consideration. When you give issues an excessive amount of consideration, they blow up. That’s why he gonna blow up. That’s why his music gonna do what it do. If you cease speaking about it, it’ll go away.” (Power 106 FM)

This week, buzz developed about a Georgia prison investigation launching following final week’s Surviving R. Kelly docuseries airing.

We’re advised the probe was launched over the previous few days as a direct results of what ‘Surviving’ depicted. We’re advised investigators have been reaching out to a number of survivors featured within the TV undertaking. We have confirmed investigators reached out to Asante McGee, one of many ladies who allegedly escaped R. Kelly’s dwelling. We’re advised investigators have been flooded with calls as soon as the docuseries aired. (TMZ)

Earlier within the week, reviews emerged about social media big Facebook deleting a pro-Kelly “Surviving Lies” web site for violating its pointers.

BuzzFeed News reporter Ryan Mac posted screengrabs of the location to Twitter earlier than it was eliminated. Both Mac and TMZ reported the identical assertion from a Facebook spokesperson in response to their queries concerning the pulled website: “The Page violated our Community Standards and has been eliminated. We don’t tolerate bullying or sharing somebody’s personal contact data and take motion on content material that violates our insurance policies as quickly as we’re conscious.” (Vulture)

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