The R&B star Chante Moore has seen her latest album ‘The Rise of the Phoenix’ slip and slide out of the iTunes Top 100 R&B Albums Chart after she mocked efforts made by Viola Davis, Ava DuVernay, Shonda Rhimes and John Legend to put an end to R. Kelly’s alleged abuse of women and girls.
Bad news for the ‘R&B Diva’ below…
Chante Moore said you CAN’T #MuteRKelly 🤣😂😂🤣
— LaKenya Renee’ (@IAmLaKenyaRenee) May 11, 2018
Moore’s appearance on the show ‘Sister Circle‘ saw her infuriate fans when she suggested that Kelly wasn’t to blame for the drama he is currently facing for his alleged decades-long abuse of underage girls and young women.
Before the appearance, her new album ‘The Rise of the Phoenix‘ held a spot within the R&B charts Top 100. Following it? Out of the Top 200.
And Chante Moore dead ass up here like “we gon still dance to his music” like are y’all fucking dumb? This nigga a whole pedophile. Y’all sick asf.
— JayLing (@JayLing_) May 10, 2018
Chante Moore is about to get so much backlash
— Daughter of Thanos (@Desirayraven_) May 10, 2018
Enraged by her suggestion that Kelly was in no way responsible for his own actions, the general public responded to her by pulling their support from her music much to the horror of her fans who will be crushed to learn that sales of her new album are so low that it’s likely to fall out of the Top 200 by the day’s end.