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Yes/No: Canceling Your Favourite Artists

It has been three weeks since Bob Dylan was accused of raping a 12-year old girl in 1965. I have not listened to the artist who I consider the greatest of all time in this period out of principle and will not again unless he is cleared (and I am aware that his being cleared would not mean he did not commit the crime: any half-decent criminal defence lawyer will pick holes in the prosecution's case given that it is based on 56-year old testimony). So: who here believes in canceling your favourite artists on moral principles when revelations such as this come to light and are confirmed to be true?
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