Yung Joc wants to know why listening to his music after R. Kelly’s conviction is culturally unacceptable, but the art of people like Harvey Weinstein and Charlie Sheen isn’t getting the same treatment. Hmm.
The rapper/media personality spoke out on the topic in an interview vlad tv Published on Friday (December 30).When the conversation turned into a bewildered singer’s leak i admit it When the album arrived briefly earlier this month, Joc wondered why he couldn’t listen to his childhood favorite album anymore.
“Why should all his music be banned? Why?” Yeonjeok asked. “Because there are so many other people who have done bad things and been convicted. And their TV shows are still on the air or their music is still streamed, played and sold.” …it’s like we’re getting the most severe punishment.
“I’m not saying you don’t deserve it in some cases, you know, you earned it,” he continued. “You’re not saying that, but what I’m saying is that we’ll get a tougher punishment. I’m not going to lie, R. Kelly makes great music.” I was.
He’s made some timeless music, but just because he’s been accused or convicted, I hear the story of this man who grew up through childhood, adolescence, and into adulthood. Shouldn’t I? Shouldn’t I listen to this person anymore? Oh he did bad things and am I supposed to erase him from my mind once and for all?
Jok rounded out his thoughts by asking why no one else was treated that way. “Why isn’t anyone pushing to prevent this from happening to other criminals around the world? That’s what I mean.
i admit it It appeared on the streaming service earlier this month, but was quickly removed after Sony Music confirmed it was not approved. TMZ She says she’s been working with R. Kelly’s entertainment attorney and other members of his team to determine who has access to his music, and has identified a small group of potential culprits. .
R. Kelly himself issued a statement from prison regarding the project, denying he had anything to do with it and even claiming it wasn’t him singing.
“Apparently someone forged the album. i admit it, and put it out there as if I put it out there,” he said on the prison recording. “And I haven’t put out an album, I haven’t put out an album, I’m not even interested in putting out an album because my only focus is charm and everything else.
“But someone wants to put out this album and ruin the charm. i admit itOk, so there’s absolutely no point there.
R. Kelly is currently serving a 30-year sentence at Chicago’s Metropolitan Correctional Center after being convicted in federal court in Brooklyn of one racketeering count and eight Mann Act violations in 2021.