Lady Gaga - Gaga apologized for working with R. Kelly in 2013. The duo worked on Gaga's song, 'Do What U Want,' which they performed at the American Music Awards.
Lady Gaga - "I'm sorry, both for my poor judgment when I was young, and for not speaking out sooner," Gaga wrote on social media. She intends to remove the song from music outlets.
B2K - Boy band B2K worked closely with R. Kelly, who wrote hit songs for them like 'Girlfriend' and 'Bump Bump Bump.'
B2K - One member, Omarion, took to Twitter to call Kelly a "predator." He also revealed that B2K would be dropping Kelly-written songs from their future tours.
Common - Common never collaborated with Kelly, yet has admitted to turning a blind eye to accusations against the singer.
Common - Talking with TMZ, the rapper said he "feels for the survivors." He added that "we failed our communities as black people [...] we should've been caring about our young ladies."
John Legend - John Legend was one of the few musicians who was interviewed for 'Surviving R. Kelly.'
John Legend - After appearing in the series, Legend wrote on Twitter that he doesn't "give a f*** about protecting a child rapist."
Meek Mill - The Philadelphia rapper got a chance to watch 'Surviving R. Kelly,' and aired his grievances on social media.
Meek Mill-Writing on Twitter the rapper called R. Kelly a "victim & a predator," but "It don't take a rocket scientist to see what was going on." He added "those responsible must be held accountable."
Ne-Yo - Ne-Yo is best known for hits like 'Closer' and 'So Sick.' Taking to Instagram, Ne-Yo said "enough is enough," and that he would #MuteRKelly.
Ne-Yo - He added, "there is NO excuse. Music is important. It really is. But it's not more important than protecting our children, protecting our little girls. PERIOD."
Bun B - Bun is a respected rapper from Texas, where he also works as a guest lecturer. B was unimpressed with Kelly's actions, as well as the actions of other men.
Bun B - "F*** R Kelly, Hugh Hefner, Sparkle, the ex wife…," Bun wrote, clarifying what he meant in a follow-up post.