Saturday Night Live is just not the present to shrink back from controversial subjects, and this previous weekend the sketch comedy collection went in on R. Kelly. SNL opened with a spoof of Robert Kelly's interview with Gayle King, and the result's as hilarious as you'll suppose. Kenan Thompson performs Kells, who has bother spelling, believes that the interview is simply follow, and retains referring to himself as "sufferer." Leslie Jones performs the cool and picked up Gayle King, however it's Thompson that basically steals the present.
Pete Davidson popped up on the "Weekend Update" quickly after to offer his opinion on all the state of affairs. Davidson likened individuals who nonetheless hearken to R Kelly to those that nonetheless go to the Catholic Church. His preliminary comparability drew a blended response from the group, however he made a great level to comply with which quelled the drama. “But should you help the Catholic church, isn’t that the identical factor as being an R. Kelly fan?" Davidson quips. “I don’t actually see the distinction. Only one’s music is considerably higher." Davidson does discover a treatment to the difficulty although. He believes we must always have the ability to hearken to R Kelly and Michael Jackson's music, so long as the listener can admit that the artist wasn't a great particular person. Check out his section under.