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Is R. Kelly's Career Over?
Is R. Kelly's Career Over?

Is R. Kelly's Career Over?

Sony Music has decided to dissolve its working relationship with R. Kelly. Sony’s move comes after years of public calls, and even a petition from members of the #MuteRKelly movement, for the company to part ways with Kelly. Those calls intensified in the wake of Lifetime documentary “Surviving R. Kelly,” in which multiple women accuse him of sexual misconduct.

Weeks later R. Kelly’s Twitter account released a statement about a planned tour, that tweet was eventually deleted. So what does the future hold for the singer and songwriter? Variety Chief Correspondent Elizabeth Wagmeister and Senior Music Editor Jem Aswad discuss.

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