Somehow, when I did that John Mayer rule post, I neglected to link this great Katt Williams bit. "As a nigger, we are not prepared to turn down a drink." So true. Much of the whole "black/white" bit in comedy is really just "rich man/poor man." Toward the end of this clip, Williams talks about how when we go to the club, often we aren't even having fun, it's just "niggers watching other niggers." That certainly was the case when I was younger. When you lack capital in one area, you often try to make up for it in others. Williams is talking culture, but he's also talking about a lack of capital, a lack of a free sensibility. Cool can be affected, or at least attempted, no matter your capital.
Heh, "the president always fighting. He just like Anthony Mason..." And of course, "I'm a grown-ass man, dog...."