R. Kelly is being accused of mocking and ridiculing an autistic fan outside a Los Angeles nightclub and it was all caught on video.
In the video, which Kelly posted on social media, the singer and his pals goaded 27-year-old Lenny Felix into singing "I Believe I Can Fly" while laughing at him and accusing him on being high on Percocet. The fan's parents are outraged by the video and have already spoken to a lawyer about possible legal action.
Kelly has since removed the video and has issued a new video apologizing and saying he did not know the fan had autism. He also suggested that he's being unfairly criticized by people trying to destroy his career. (TMZ)