John Legend and his wife Chrissy Teigen recently paid a visit to Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live and aside from discussing the blowout fight they had and Kim and Kanye's wedding, John touched on the recent Surviving R. Kelly documentary and his role in the series. The "All Of Me" singer has already shared some words on his involvement, telling his followers that there was no risk involved. 

"To everyone telling me how courageous I am for appearing in the doc, it didn't feel risky at all. I believe these women and don't give a fuck about protecting a serial child rapist. Easy decision," he wrote

Andy read a question from a fan who asked John just why he took part in the documentary:

"The reason why I did it is, I'm friends with the director, Dream Hampton, and I respect her work a lot," he said. "Another reason is that I have good friends who were part of the R. Kelly movement. They work with rape victims in Chicago. I knew that I could lend my voice to these people who have been hurt."

Speaking of R. Kelly, today it was announced that he has been dropped from Sony Music amid all the sexual assault allegations. Earlier this week, protestors took to the New York headquarters and presented a petition with 217,394 signatures to have R. Kelly removed from the label's roster - clearly, the protest worked.