The parody was a reference to an alleged videotape sent to the Chicago Sun-Times in 2002, in which the singer participated in sexual acts with a minor, such as urinating on her.
“I never met with him,” the comedian begins, until his friend prompts him to tell the full story. “We were in Chicago in a Common show and his goons float in my area. I really don’t know whether they were his goons but they sure did like him.”
“He said,’How are you gonna do the movie of me peeing on [women ] like this?’ … and I said,’Just how you don’t perform the video? ”’ the comedian joked.