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In this clip, Yung Joc talks about the alleged brand new R. Kelly album, "I Admit It," that was released and taken down from all streaming platforms shortly thereafter. The Atlanta based rapper refers to a recent statement from R. Kelly who denied releasing an LP with a title that implies he's guilty when he is fighting for his freedom from behind bars. This prompts Yung Joc to state his belief that Black celebrities/athletes constantly get the harsher punishments upon committing a crime or an offensive act. He goes on to refer to stars of other ethic backgrounds such as Harvey Weinstein and Charlie Sheen, citing that their work has not been pulled from the shelves even though they both have committed wrongdoings.

Interview by: Shawn Prez
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