The world is still reeling from the details brought to light in Lifetime's documentary series Surviving R. Kelly, and it has galvanized the protest movement #MuteRKelly. You can now directly help fund the movement thanks to a limited edition tee created by LA-based brand Pizzaslime, with all proceeds from the shirt going directly to #MuteRKelly. It retails for $33, and you can cop it here.
#MuteRKelly was first launched in July 2017 by Atlanta arts administrator Oronike Odeleye to "call for protests and organize boycotts" of the disgraced singer's continued role in the public eye. Their website stipulates they are currently taking the fight to streaming services, aiming to have the artist's work removed entirely from platforms such as Pandora and Tidal.
In related news, Lady Gaga has spoken out and apologized for collaborating with R. Kelly on her 2013 track "Do What U Want."