Judge Joe Brown remembered times when singers Ike Turner and Rick James appeared on his show (separately), in which he says "got real funny" at times.

Besides gaining popularity in his music career and later being spoofed on Comedy Central's Chappelle Show, Judge Brown recalls James having a dispute with a friend regarding his stolen instrument and says it became quite comical.

"What happened was they had a quarrel in a bar and he testified that someone was squeezing his behind and he thought it was one of the women around him and it turned out to be the musician [he was suing]." He told Vlad that the defendant joked that it wasn't the first time a man groped him, "Rick said, 'I stopped that, I don't play that anymore.'"

On the other hand, Judge Brown recalls having Turner on his show over some legal woes he and his wife faced in his foundation where he donated and loaned money to abused women. The 68-year-old says that he only knew the musician for his positivity despite his abusive portrayal on Whats Love Got To Do With It.

"We'd see Ike Turner and one of his boys riding around in a Rolls Royce quite often and he would always stop." He says that Turner would promote education and shake hands with people.

See what he thinks about Tyler Perry dressing as a woman above.