As of January 18, R. Kelly's name had been removed from the roster page of the official RCA site.
R. Kelly is no longer working with Sony Music, according to multiple reports. Eventually, Jive would become part of Sony, and he has been under contract with RCA, a Sony Music subsidiary, since 2012. As of Friday, he is no longer listed as an artist on RCA Records' website.
It said Kelly's catalog would remain with RCA. Kelly's last release with the label was a Christmas-themed album in 2016, although he has released several songs independently since that time, presumably with Sony's consent, and Tweeted earlier this year that he has a new album on the way. Representatives for Sony didn't respond to requests for comment from Bloomberg, and R Kelly couldn't immediately be reached.
Multiple women have sued him for coercing them into having sex when they were under age. A new album has been in the works; now it will not be on the imprint.More news: Kelly accuser says he threatened to reveal her sex life
Kelly's attorney has denied the allegations.
The documentary looked at decades of sexual abuse allegations against Kelly.
Sampson, who first went public with her allegations in a Washington Post article past year, reveals she began to feel like she was in love with Kelly, but she was confused about the situation.
Women who knew the "Step in the Name of Love" artist described the singer as a manipulative predator who kept a sex cult in his Chicago studio, mansions in Georgia and hotels around the country.
R Kelly also attempted to marry the late R&B singer Aaliyah when she was 15 and he was 27.