A banner demanding RCA Records and its father or mother firm Sony drop R. Kelly over alleged sexual misconduct flew over the businesses' Los Angeles headquarters on Friday.
The airplane was commissioned by ladies's rights group UltraViolet, studying, "RCA/Sony: Drop Sexual Predator R Kelly." The group says it has extra plans for bodily protests in days to come back.
RCA has not responded to requests for remark.
UltraViolet's protest comes following the explosive Lifetime documentary collection Surviving R. Kelly, which aired final weekend, sparking outrage with a number of accounts alleged predatory sexual conduct.
The group has beforehand spoken out in opposition to Kelly -- together with different activist teams together with the #MuteRKelly marketing campaign and Women of Color inside the Time's Up motion -- applauding Spotify's now-reversed determination to take away Kelly from its editorially curated playlists and condemning these doing enterprise with him.
"It is gone time for RCA to dump R Kelly and take a stand in opposition to abuse," mentioned UltraViolet Chief Campaigns Officer Karin Roland in an announcement on Thursday. "Their inaction is past shameful. RCA can now not faux that R. Kelly's music could be separated from his violent actions."