”I gotta go with the scene in Crash before Larenz Tate and I rob Brendan Fraser and Sandra Bullock,” says the rapper, whose new CD, Release Therapy, is out now. ”It’s funny to get in character when all you can think is that you are going to fake a robbery of Encino Man and America’s sweetheart. You aren’t expecting these guys, who were having an intelligent conversation about racism and stereotypes, to rob someone.”
Posted January 17 2015 — 7:41 AM EST
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