Sony has dropped controversial singer R Kelly and his lawyer and publicist have also quickly severed ties.

On top of that, you won’t be able to find his music on Spotify or the record label’s website.

It was an open secret that the musician groomed young women below the age of consent, but only now are the police circling.

These reactions come after the airing of the release of a BBC documentary, R. Kelly: Sex, Girls and Videotapes — and the revelation that he preyed upon a young intern at the record company and as forced to pay a $250,000 settlement after she filed a complaint.

Tracy Sampson was only 16 when Kelly forced her into a sexual relationship.

Let’s hope authorities finally hav enough to send Kelly to jail for a very, very long time.

Tracy Sampson filed her complaint against Kelly in 2002, alleging that when she was a 16-year-old intern at Epic the singer forced her into a sexual relationship that lasted for two years.  

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