August 23, 2017

It's Time for Black Radio to Drop R. Kelly and His Music. Here is The Latest.


Jerhonda Pace was just 15 when she met her musical idol, R. Kelly. She now speaks out. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian, the hosts of The Young Turks, tell her story from inside R. Kelly’s cult.



Here is Danni Starr's take of The Fam in the Morning Show on 93.9 WKYS via Instagram.
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How long will urban radio continue to ignore the actions of R. Kelly and rather embrace their business relationship with music labels so not to offend? How many times will R. Kelly be heard on the radio today on iHeartRadio, Radio One, Cumulus, Emmis, CBS, and Entercom stations? Plenty.

Now the 24-year-old mother of three, Jerhonda Pace tells BuzzFeed News that after the trial, when she was 16, she became one of many women traumatized by a relationship with Kelly. Her detailed and well-documented story of accepting cash settlements from the star in return for signing nondisclosure agreements, which has not been previously reported, illustrates how Kelly has been able to silence young women he has allegedly wronged.

Click here [...]  to the read the article by Jim DeRogatis of BuzzFeed



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  1. Thanks for sharing, specially for the video. I like it so much. Can you tell me the name of this singer?

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