(AllHipHop News) R. Kelly's career continues to tumble in the wake of the Lifetime docu-series, "Surviving R. Kelly."
On the criminal side, the singer is facing the possibility of three separate criminal investigations in Georgia, Illinois and New York.
First, a number of radio stations stopped playing his music and more artists continue to distance themselves from the singer over his alleged activity with under aged girls and claims he's running a "sex cult."
Chance the Rapper has revealed he is pulling his song "Somewhere in Paradise" with R. Kelly from all streaming services including Apple Tidal and Spotify.
Rap star Post Malone announced he was supporting the victims and praised other artists who are pulling their music from the streaming services.
Post echoed Chance's sentiments over the allegations contained in the explosive documentary.
"He's done a lot of f##ked up s##t obviously," Post Malone said. "I think (pulling collaborations) is the right thing to do. He's a big artist but he's also done a lot of big f##ked up s##t."
Other artists who have pulled their songs with R. Kelly include Lady Gaga, Pussycat Dolls, Celine Dion,
R. Kelly has maintained his innocence and has vowed to sue everyone connected to "Surviving R. Kelly."