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Celine Dion pulls her song with R Kelly from Streaming Services

Celine Dion pulls her song with R Kelly from Streaming Services
Celine Dion pulls her song with R Kelly from Streaming Services

Celine Dion is another celebrity to be adding her voice to condemn R Kelly in the whole “Surviving R Kelly” drama, as she pulls her song with the singer titled “I am Your Angel” from all streaming services.

Celine Dion will be the second musician to pull their songs which featured R Kelly from streaming services,as Lady Gaga was the first to pull hers and even apologized for her stage performance with R Kelly.

The song “I’m Your Angel which is an evergreen song, was recorded in 1998 and appeared on her holiday album, “These are Special Times,” R. Kelly wrote the song but it did not appear on any of his albums.

According to TMZ report, the said song reached number-One on the Billboard Hot 100 and stayed there for 6 weeks. It went certified platinum and sold more than 1.5 million copies. It was also nominated for a Grammy.

The song is in the process of being pulled by Celine’s team.

The move comes in the wake of the #MuteRKelly movement which was triggered by the Lifetime docuseries, “Surviving R. Kelly.”

R. Kelly has collabed with a number of artists, but so far only Celine and Gaga have made the move to pull their songs. The band Phoenix apologized for collaborating with the singer but didn’t pull the song

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