Record label Sony Music has revealed why the controversial R. Kelly album ‘I Admit It’ was removed from digital streaming platforms.

Following the shocking release of an album from prison by R. Kelly titled ‘I Admit It’ record label, Sony Music has come out to clarify why the project was removed from all digital streaming platforms.

According to Variety magazine R. Kelly’s, ‘I Admit It’ was released illegally and not by them as an entertainment company.

R. Kelly’s attorney also claimed that the artist’s intellectual property was being stolen from him.

Jennifer Bonjean, who is Kelly’s attorney, also informed Variety that the release did not come from the singer as well.

She said, R. Kelly:

“is having intellectual property stolen from him.”