During your appearances on MTV's improv show, Wild 'N Out, your hairstyles have been the topic of a few conversations. How'd you decide to wear your hair like that?
Honestly, I could care less. I'm a grown man. I do whatever I feel like doing with my hair. And if for some reason you feel like there's a magnet and you should have something to say to me, then more power to you. I hope you're prepared.
You talk a lot in your act about being a pimp. What makes someone as a pimp?
Well, actually, I don't talk very much about being a pimp in my act. Do I have a pimp joke in particular that you were thinking about?
No, but I saw you talking about it on Def Comedy Jam, and your most famous character is the pimp "Money Mike" from Friday After Next, and your stand-up special is called "The Pimp Chronicles," and you play a pimp in Norbit. So what do you think qualifies someone as a pimp?
I really couldn't answer that. I don't know. I don't know what qualifies you. There's only winning and losing, and in our society, as in all societies, there's the person that's doing the winning, or there's the person that's facilitating the winning. Pimping and hoing isn't about putting women on the street-that's kind of antiquated. We're at a different level, and we're trying to make the best out of whatever situation possible. So if the manager at your job is making more money than you and doing less work than you, that's pimping. So you just have to find your own answer to that question individually.