YouTube takes down 2 R. Kelly channels after sex trafficking conviction

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New York Daily News

YouTube removed two official R. Kelly channels from its platform Tuesday, one week after the R&B superstar was convicted of nine counts of sex trafficking. Kelly’s music is still available on YouTube, just not through his official channels. YouTube pulled the channels because Kelly was convicted of using his celebrity to lure women and girls into his sex trafficking scheme, NBC News reported. Kelly will be prohibited from ever re-creating a YouTube channel, though he won’t have to worry about that while he is in prison. He will be sentenced May 4. His music is also still available on other str…

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