Dave Chappelle has two notorious skits that drag R. Kelly as a pervert. If you actually give it some thought, he has three when you embrace the episode the place Chappelle is on the stand and squirts digital urine at a prosecutor whereas satirically defending Kells. The unique skits remix two traditional Kells songs although. Chappelle remade "Ignition" and "Feelin' On Yo Booty" into hilarious parodies of Kelly urinating and defecating on his love pursuits. Both skits have been revived and shared on-line furiously since Surviving R. Kelly debuted in Lifetime. 




Chappelle's Show co-creator Neal Brennan sat down with The Breakfast Club, and spoke in regards to the skit and its impact 16 years after the discharge. “I don’t assume folks perceive what comedy is meant to do,” Brennan acknowledged. “We will observe issues, we are going to make enjoyable of issues. Did folks need us to spherical up a posse and go arrest R. Kelly? Like, what had been we alleged to do?” Brennan continued on to assert that, “R. Kelly wished to combat Dave,” after the skits dropped. If you may keep in mind, Chappelle hints at this on the present on the time. He makes a joke alongside the strains of Kells being mad that he made a video about urinating on folks, with Dave flipping the response and retorting with a line that went one thing like, "How YOU gonna make a video about pissing on folks." Brennan claimed that, “His goons stepped to Dave in Chicago and Dave’s goons intervened. The goons negotiated."