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What we’re sure was ratings gold for Lifetime over the weekend, Surviving R. Kelly has seen an unlikely turn of support with the #MuteRKelly movement. Decades-old accusations (including a sex cult, herpes and more) against the singer are nothing new, but it seems as if the documentary was the last straw for many in the music industry — namely and surprisingly men. Just as soon as the three-night, six-hour event ended Tank and Ne-Yo took to social media to join the campaign, speaking boldly against the man they were all inspired by.

Additionally, Omarion, who is heading on tour with the rest of the members of B2K in March, spoke out and took a move from Tom Joyner, making him the first artist to publicly vow to never sing the songs Kelly famously wrote for the group again.

Look at black men standing up for black women! And while it truly may be hard to actually mute R. Kelly, the support from people that look like our fathers, uncles, brothers and sons is appreciated.

TELL US: Do you think other artists will finally take a stand?

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