Earlier in the year, you couldn't go anywhere on the internet without seeing the "most viral internet video ever" - the KONY 2012 Invisible Children Campaign to make James Joseph Kony, famous, or rather - infamous - by posting his image all over the globe to help catch & subsequently stop him from kidnapping children from their families and turning them into soldiers.
Shortly after the movement began & was picking up steam, co-founder Jason Russell had a naked meltdown in a California street for all the world to see.
Jason Russell, co-founder of the controversial nonprofit Invisible Children and creator of the Kony 2012 viral video, gives his first interview Sunday since his bizarre naked meltdown on the streets of San Diego this past March. Oprah scored the big exchange, and Gawker's got its hands on a promo: "Did you go crazy?" Oprah asks. Russell, who appears calm (and dressed) in a shirt and tie, says, "That wasn't me, that person on the street corner ranting and raving and naked is not me, that's not who I am."
Full interview to air Sunday, October 7th at 9/8c on OWN.