Remember when I told you about R. Kelly’s autobiography in which he recounts the time he cried at the end of the Notebook? The aptly titled “Soulacoaster: the Diary of Me” also includes another shining moment where Kelly once ran into into Tupac Shakur.
If you’re like me and don’t plan to pick up this literary gem, don’t fret, Jimmy Kimmel has our back. He somehow managed to persuade Gary Oldman (a.k.a. Sirius Black from the Harry Potter) to perform a dramatic reading from Kelly’s autobiography.
I never thought I would ever hear Gary Oldman say “What up, baby?,” and “we’ll just let it do what it do” in a posh, British accent. I may not buy the book, but I would buy the audiobook if Oldman was reading it. It’s just so utterly confusing and amazing at the same time. It probably is the best dramatic reading I’ve seen since Gilbert Gottfried read “50 Shades of Grey.”
OLDMAN FOR ALL THE AWARDS!
Watch the video below: