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Sony's RCA parts ways with R. Kelly after abuse uproar: media reports

Reuters Friday, 18 January 2019
Sony's RCA parts ways with R. Kelly after abuse uproar: media reportsR. Kelly has parted ways with the Sony Music-owned RCA record label, Billboard magazine and Variety reported on Friday, and he no longer appears on the roster of artists on RCA's website.
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According to Reuters, R. Kelly has parted ways with the Sony Music-owned RCA record label, with Billboard magazine saying that he no longer appears on the roster of artists on RCA’s website.The reported split follows decades of allegations of sexual and physical abuse by the Grammy-winning singer.

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