In an interview with CBS This Morning’s Gayle King, R&B artist R. Kelly yelled, cried, and paced the room when discussing sexual abuse allegations against him.

Late last month, R&B artist R. Kelly was charged with multiple accounts of criminal sexual abuse of a teenager, and the interview with King was his first since posting bail. It was a hot mess, but King was unflappable.

That sort of poise is especially impressive given Kelly’s erratic behavior. Check out some of his stranger moments.

In this clip, King does a great job calling him out for playing the victims and tells him to stop ranting at the camera.

Check out this rationale.

Watch Kelly show no grace, then show zero ability to reflect on his own behavior (even the stuff he admits to, like being with multiple women at once and women the age of his own children).

Doesn’t look like he’s going to get help, either.

Oof.

Some tried to politicize Kelly’s behavior, comparing it to that of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

I can only speak for myself, but that’s a hard “no.” A key difference is evidence. There’s a mountain against Kelly, and there was pretty much none against Kavanaugh.

You can watch the whole interview here: