Women's Rights Group Wants Spotify to Stop Playing Chris Brown and Others

Since Spotify has their new thing going on with their hateful conduct policy, the streaming service decided to pull R. Kelly and XXXTentacion's music from their playlists. We've heard the allegations of R. Kelly and his sex cult with young girls, although his team denies it and disagrees with Spotify. But now, there is a  women’s rights group, UltraViolet, asking that the streaming service remove additional artists from their platform, according to XXL. What artists, you wonder? Well the group wants Spotify to remove Chris Brown, Eminem, Nelly, Tekashi 6ix9nine and others who have been accused of or allegedly connected to abusing women in the past. But the list doesn't just include the urban acts because the woman who wrote the open letter to Spotify, Shaunna Thomas, is adding rock artists, too. Damn, I hate to say this sis, but if Spotify honors the requests, based off of allegations, they may not have any artists on their playlists. 

Here is the full letter HERE



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