Lil' Jon visited England's Oxford University, but not turn up with the students. The Crunk King answered a series of questions about President Barack Obama's presidency, race and even Atlanta reality television shows, The Independent reports.
“I think Obama’s done a great job," he said. "It takes time to restore an old historic car—you can’t just do it overnight. That’s how I look at the administration that came before Obama. He put a new engine in it, he put some new rims, got a paint job. He’s criticised, and at the end of today it’s because he’s black. The numbers don’t lie – unemployment is down, Obamacare is a great thing. I think Hillary is about it for 2016.”
As far as the future of race relations, he said he doesn't know how it will be in the future but he does believe the revolution is being televised.
“It's already happening - do you see what's happening in the US right now? You just want to ask a crazy ass damn question.”
When asked about the slew of reality shows based in Atlanta, he said that "he hates them."
"They're not real. I can't understand why people watch them. People are acting wild and crazy. I don't like the way it represents black folks in general.”
The beatsmith said that when he was initially invited to the university, he was shocked.
“I thought it was a joke," he said. "Am I being catfished? I was kind of speechless after I realized it was real...I've never been to a college and spoke."