R. Kelly, who is currently under FBI investigation for possibly booking a flight for one of his alleged underage victims, is officially no longer welcome in Philadelphia. As CBS Philly reports, the city council for Philadelphia listened to the #MuteRKelly campaign and have introduced a resolution forbidding him from visiting the city.

"This resolution is about fundamentally stating a public declaration that R. Kelly and sexual predators like him don’t belong in a public sphere, with public support," Philly city council member Helen Gym said. "This symbolic act of solidarity puts all sexual predators on notice."

Following the release of Lifetime's harrowing Surviving R. Kelly docuseries, former collaborators and friends of the disgraced singer were quick to renounce his disgusting actions. The series profiled a number of alleged victims, detailing the litany of accusations against him from sexual assault all the way to the rumors of human trafficking.

Recently, it was reported that R. Kelly had an album finished and ready to go before Sony Music dropped him. He's currently looking for a new label following the fallout of Surviving R. Kelly, however it's hard to imagine many labels jumping at the chance to sign him as accusations continue to mount against him.