Video streaming service YouTube has removed two of R. Kelly's channels following his sex trafficking conviction last month.
YouTube said RKellyTV and RKellyVevo were taken down in accordance with the company's creator responsibility guidelines.
However, his music will remain on the audio-streaming service, and music videos posted by other YouTube users will remain on the platform.
R. Kelly will also be prohibited from creating any new channels.
A campaign named 'MuteRKelly' wants the singer's music to be banned from broadcast and streaming, and is calling on other major platforms to follow YouTube's move.
The singer was found guilty of using his status to sexually abuse women and children over a 20-year period.