XXL: You appeared on Politically Incorrect recently. Bill Maher really came down hard on you and you held your own. Do you feel that his attitude represents the mainstream view of hip-hop?
His attitude represents the White, Anglo-Saxon ignorance and disease that exists in the world—people that claim America was discov¬ered even though people was already living here. There’s a continuity in his behavior. It doesn’t disturb me because I know that igno¬rance exists. And I thank God that I have the power to enlighten the people rather than just let them be bombarded with his ignorance. FULL INTERVIEW