The most talked about matter this previous week has been the allegations in opposition to R. Kelly. After Lifetime aired their docuseries Surviving R. Kelly which explores the quite a few allegations sexual misconduct by the singer through the years. Everyone's been sharing their opinions on the matter together with French Montana who appears to imagine that regardless of the horrific accusations R. Kelly faces, the Chicago singer ought to have the ability to get pleasure from his musical legacy.
TMZ lately caught up with French Montana who shared a contentious opinion on R. Kelly. While many are hoping to see R. Kelly behind bars, French believes that Kellz ought to have the ability to get pleasure from his legacy as an artist regardless whether or not he is a sexual predator or not. The rapper even name-dropped Michael Jackson whereas he was at it. "All the greats went down like that," he mentioned.
Adding, "Let someone get pleasure from their legacy. Whatever occurred, occurred, man."
French did, nevertheless, point out that these allegations should not be stunning to anybody. R. Kelly did point out it in his songs. French referenced the "Bump N Grind" line, "My thoughts's tellin' me no, however my physique, my physique's tellin' me sure" to make his level.
When requested if folks ought to cease listening to his music, French merely replied, "They folks] do not let no person have their legendary moments."
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