Sony Rep Claims R. Kelly’s Leaked ‘I Admit Album’ Is A Bootleg

R. Kelly’s album I Admit It was released on the streaming digital platform on Friday, but a rep for the singer’s record label says it’s a bootleg.

Sony Music, which owns the rights to much of the singer’s catalogue, announced the news diversity that the album is an unofficial release.”

“This content has been removed from the platform at the request of the distributor,” a company representative said diversity. The disgraced star’s attorney, Jennifer Bonjean, told the outlet that the singer’s “intellectual property is being stolen.” She claims he was not behind the leak.

Kelly is serving a 30-year sentence after being found guilty of multiple sexual misconduct charges in New York last year. He must face at least one more trial. Sony Music severed its working relationship with R. Kelly back in 2019 at the height of his legal troubles. R. Kelly has claimed he’s been broke for years.

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