Protesters Make A Scene At Sony Records' Office In Bid To Get R. Kelly Dropped

The singer's record deal is on the line after the airing of the shocking docuseries "Surviving R. Kelly."

(AllHipHop News) Protesters gathered outside embattled singer R. Kelly's record label offices in New York on Wednesday to call for Sony Music executives to drop him.

R. Kelly has been in and out of the headlines for the past few weeks thanks to the release of documentary "Surviving R. Kelly," which chronicled the accounts of women who allege they were physically and sexually abused by the 52-year-old.

Kelly is also accused of carrying on relationships with underage girls, but he has denied all allegations against him.

The ongoing allegations sparked a movement to "mute" Kelly last year, and on Wednesday protesters from groups including Black Women's Blueprint, Care2, and Color of Change delivered a signed petition demanding the singer be dropped.

Representatives from Sony and RCA have yet to respond to the groups' protest.

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