In the video clip, K-Ci explains how although JoJo falling out on stage is a part of their routine (when they perform their single Crazy), his floor drop last Saturday wasn't planned. "In case people don't know, and I wanna bring this public now: my brother is epileptic.We started to cancel the show because he had a seizure the night before we had to get on the plane [for the Sydney concert]. We did a 20 hour flight then got right on stage. I knew my brother was gonna get sick [because of that], man. When we do the song Crazy JoJo lays out on the ground, and thats part of the show...but [what happened] wasn't part of the show." But someone answer this for me: if your sibling collapsed on stage, and you knew it wasn't a part of the routine...and you also know your sibling suffers from epilepsy, wouldn't your first thought be to check on your sibling to see if they're okay? To make sure they haven't swallowed their tongue? To clear their air passageway? K-Ci's explanation as to why he didn't come to his brother's aid was: 'It just happened, man. Never question God.' Now, ain't that some utter hot mess to say? Talking 'bout, 'I was scared for my brother.' Man, please! LOL @ him saying, 'don't look down on a man if you ain't gon pick him up.' Uh, negro, did my eyes deceive me or did you not look down on your brother after he fell and then refused to pick him up?! Even when you realized that dude Now, I know he probably meant that in another way, but I'm sorry, I just couldn't resist.
In the meantime and in between time, you all can listen to the full interview below. I got to give Nick over there at Worldstarhiphop.com for emailing me their video. Oh, and by the way, JoJo has been resting since the incident and is doing just fine. K-Ci asks that we keep them in our prayers.