Canadian singer, Celine Dion has reportedly pulled down the song where she collaborated with American singer, R.Kelly from all streaming services.

According to TMZ, Celine Dion has pulled her song 'I'm Your Angel' which features the troubled singer.

The music icon decided to pull the song down from streaming services following R.Kelly's present sexual assault allegations and the now famous #SurvivingRKelly documentary.

'I'm Your Angel' was one of the biggest songs in the 1990s as it sold more than 1.5 million copies and was also nominated for a Grammy.

This would make Celine Dion the second singer to take down their collaborations with R.Kelly in the space of one week.

Last week, Lady Gaga announced that she was taking down the song she collaborated with the music icon from iTunes and other platforms.

R. Kelly, who is reportedly considering relocating to Nigeria, seems to have his troubles multiplying.

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