R Kelly’s Jail Sentence Sparks Debate On Whether We Should Stop Listening To Criminals’ Music | GMB

Good Morning Britain published this video item, entitled “R Kelly’s Jail Sentence Sparks Debate On Whether We Should Stop Listening To Criminals’ Music | GMB” – below is their description.

Singer R Kelly was sentenced yesterday in the US for sex trafficking, racketeering, bribery, and sexual assault. The R&B star is one of the world’s most successful musicians having sold 75 million records worldwide and has 3 Grammys under his belt. But critics say it’s no longer appropriate to have the music of convicted sex offenders hosted on streaming platforms. At what point do we draw the line when it comes to separating the man from the music? And should all criminals be removed from streaming platforms?

Broadcast on 30/06/22

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