*Aaron McGruder has always used his cartoon, The Boondocks, as an edgy way to express the African American experience in America through the eyes of two children.
Between two little boys, a militant and the other a hip hop wanna be gangsta, and their grandfather, McGruder expresses all the extremes of black rationale on current events and social disorders he feels is his duty to put under the microscope.
Apparently, his latest criticism is focused on Winston Jerome, who bears an uncanny likeness to Tyler Perry. I could be wrong, but you be the judge. This episode of Boondocks aired recently and began with a play that seemed (more…)