Earlier this week, Neal Brennan, co-creator of “Chappelle’s Show,” revealed on “The Breakfast Club” that R. Kelly threatened Dave Chappelle after the 2003 “Piss on You” sketch. Now, Chappelle is telling his version of what happened, and it was all captured on video.
During a Common concert in Chicago (no word on the year), “goons bust in my room,” the 45-year-old comedian said about R. Kelly Wednesday night at the West Hollywood Improv. “I don’t know if it was his goons, but they sure did like him.”
Chappelle claimed that R. Kelly asked him, “How you gonna do a video of me peeing on a bitch like that?” Chappelle said he responded with, “How you gonna do a video of you peeing on a bitch like that?” Clearly, classic Dave.
The video mocked R. Kelly allegedly urinating on a 14-year-old girl in a sex tape. The 2003 skit still lives on social media. However, since “Surviving R. Kelly” aired there have been many questions asked why Kelly wasn’t charged back then. The singer was found not guilty on child pornography charges because neither the 14-year-old girl, nor her parents, refused to testify. That said, authorities are now closing in on the singer from Chicago to Georgia. On Jan. 11, Kelly was reportedly confronted by Chicago police. The parents of Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary, young women who were featured in the docuseries, 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.” Savage’s and Clary’s parents claimed their daughters have been brainwashed.
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.