One of Dave Chappelle‘s most famous skits was “Piss on You,” which mocked R. Kelly allegedly urinating on a 14-year-old girl in a sex tape. The 2003 skit still lives on social media, however, 16 years after the sketch, we are now learning Kelly’s reaction. He allegedly wanted to assault Dave Chappelle.
Neal Brennan, co-creator of “Chappelle’s Show,” recently talked about the backlash the series received for the skit with the crew at the “The Breakfast Club.” Brennan said, “We will observe things, we will make fun of things. Did people want us to round up a posse and go arrest R. Kelly? Like, what were we supposed to do?”
He also revealed, “R. Kelly wanted to fight Dave” and “His goons stepped to Dave in Chicago and Dave’s goons intervened. The goons negotiated.” Watch below:
Since “Surviving R. Kelly” aired, authorities are closing in on the singer from Chicago to Georgia. On Jan. 11, he was reportedly confronted by Chicago police. Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary, whose parents were featured in the docu-series, were also questioned.
TMZ reported, “Our sources say 5 officers came to the home and ordered Kelly into the other room while they questioned the women. According to Chicago PD, both women said they were at the residence voluntarily and nothing untoward was going on. Police then left without incident.” Both Savage and Clary’s parents claims they have been brainwashed.
In addition, The Blast reported R. Kelly’s manager, Don Russell, has been harassing the Savage family in Georgia. Timothy Savage, her father, called the police on January 3 just before 6 a.m. and “claimed he was receiving threats by a man named Don Russell, who is the manager for R. Kelly.” Russell allegedly sent text messages the morning of the premiere of “Surviving R. Kelly” that read “it would be best for him and his family if the documentary does not air.”
Executive produced by Dream Hampton, the docu-series “Surviving R. Kelly” detailed accounts from people in Kelly’s circle, including the singer’s brother, Bruce, who said Kelly had a “preference” for young women and singer Sparkle (the aunt of the 14-year-old in the sex tape) who testified against him in court.