"You go to a party and white people are having more fun than anybody," Cannon told Us. "They know how to have a good time! I could have named the album Purple People Party Music and you'd still get the same album, but it was just one of those things. You know, you deal with things like race, and people get uptight, so why not?"
Welp, this explains itself: Dave Chappelle, when he portrayed a white character, portrayed his character as someone completely detached from the reality of the situation in society, and was delusional and funny as hell. This, however, is stupid. Who the hell still pays attention to Nick Cannon, anyway?
Besides that, I wanted to get this article out quickly, so I can make room, and have a big enough deadline to work on a proper review for "Visions of Cody": my favorite Jack Kerouac book, and, in my opinion, Jack Kerouac's best work, even better than "On the Road."
So stay tuned, read more books and watch more films, and don't pay a lick of attention to that goofy-looking, racist, idiotic, vapid attention junkie known as Nick Cannon.