freestar.queue.push(perform () );

New York rapper Uncle Murda isn’t glad with Lifetime placing out its groundbreaking three-night Surviving R. Kelly docuseries. The hip-hop veteran has singled out the community about persevering with the momentum.

Murda went to Instagram Monday (January 7) and urged Lifetime to think about specializing in doing an identical TV challenge primarily based on the 1000’s of Catholic church sexual assault victims.

freestar.queue.push(perform () );

This week, UGK’s Bun B took a firm stance againt Kelly and a few of his associates.

freestar.queue.push(perform () );

Over the weekend, Kelly protégé Sparkle released a new song inspired by the Lifetime occasion

Sparkle alleges Kelly provided her cash to remain quiet, which she refused and resulted within the singer dropping her music profession. However, now she has a brand new track with lyrics that say, “Said that we had been weak lengthy sufficient, however time is up/ We ain’t weak/ We have a voice and its loud, no we ain’t simply determine it out/ When we come collectively we win we overcome battles, we fall, we’ll do it once more/ And it’s by no means been a straightforward win, however we’re prepared.” (BET)

freestar.queue.push(perform () );

View this post on Instagram

Huh? Thoughts? Via: @hrradiolady

A submit shared by FunkFlex (@funkflex) on Jan 6, 2019 at four:40pm PST

Early Monday, R&B singer Omarion said he viewed Kelly as both a victim and predator.

Related Posts

Hip Hop Week In Review: JAY-Z’s NFL Deal Aftermath & Little Brother’s Return

The Breakdown: Is Nicki Minaj The Thanos Of Hip Hop?

Kanye West & Dave Chappelle Bring Sunday Service To Dayton Weeks After Mass Shooting

50 Cent Reacts To "Power" Theme Song Backlash: "Chill Out Alright"

Drake Hops In Joe Budden’s Pool Party Livestream With Pure Jokes

Twitter Roasts Trey Songz For "Power" Theme Song Update