This isn't becoming the Jamie Kennedy blog, but his recent interview with All Hip Hop.com had one interesting nugget worthy of posting:
"In my experience, it's been more white people who [have accused his white rapping of buffoonery] not black people. I have a theory on it and I'll try to explain it very clearly. White people are the same people that criticized Malibu's Most Wanted and said they didn’t get it, but black people from Atlanta to Compton come up to us and tell us our show is hilarious. I can't walk down the streets in the trap in Atlanta without getting so much love. The white people who write those reviews only say that because they're scared of what black people are going to think. So before they hear a black person’s opinion, they put it out there that we’re stupid.
You know one of the best reviews I got for Malibu's Most Wanted came from Howard University, so I think it's funny when they say that! I didn’t mean to get all... but I'm real passionate about that. The last thing I want to say to the white people is, tell them to go to the trap, tell them to go to where the Pool Palace is, ask them have they been up to the Bay where E-40 is, or to Brazilm because me and Stu do travel, and I guarantee you we know our history. We've been down with the Dogg Pound we know, we meet, we talk to everybody and these people who say this stuff don't. Ask any of them if they know who the Treacherous Three are, ask them do they know who Kool Moe Dee's first group was. They don't know and that is what pisses me off about critics because we know our history."