Future Talks R. Kelly Scandal "We’re giving it an excessive amount of consideration" – Urban Islandz

Future Talks R. Kelly Scandal "We’re giving it an excessive amount of consideration" – Urban Islandz


Future has weighed in on R. Kelly intercourse scandal.

Several celebrities have spoken out about R. Kelly intercourse cult scandal after Lifetime aired its “Surviving R. Kelly” documentary. Future is simply the most recent so as to add his voice within the combine, and he looks like he simply desires it to be gone. The Atlanta rapper is presently selling his new album and documentary The WIZRD, and on Wednesday he stopped by Power 106’s “The Cruz Show” to talk about what he has been engaged on.

R. Kelly is the recent matter now within the music area so naturally he was requested in regards to the R&B legend and whether or not or not he would do a collaboration with him. “Man, who’s that? I assumed we had forgot about that,” he stated. Some followers are already asking Future to make clear his stance on the R. Kelly concern, however he did elaborate some extra throughout the interview.

“We’re giving it an excessive amount of consideration,” the rapper continues. “When you give issues an excessive amount of consideration, they blow up. That’s why his music gon’ do what it did ’trigger Y’all maintain speaking about it. Stop speaking about it—it’ll go away.”

Future is true about one factor, R. Kelly music streaming has elevated exponentially since Lifetime aired the documentary, however that doesn’t imply that we ought to be silent in regards to the issues that he’s being accused notably in the case of underage ladies.

Nevertheless, Future insisted that too many individuals are speaking about it. Since “Surviving R. Kelly” aired, a number of celebrities have spoken out towards him together with Meek Mill, Tank, Ne-Yo, John Legend, Jada Pinkett-Smith, Chance the Rapper and 6LACK. Chance stated it was truly a mistake to make a track with R. Kelly.

Future and Kelly beforehand collaborated on the one “Tear It Up” which was launched on the singer’s Black Panties album launched in 2013.