I remember when this was in the works, some civil rights folks out in LA were already talking about boycotting and banning this.
First of all, all that did (as it always does, will they ever learn?) was make people curious about it and check it out in droves on DVD (in the words of Rocky the Flying Squirrel, "But that trick NEVER works!").
In either case, this movie is so wild and over the top that it is IMPOSSIBLE to take seriously. This is a bizzare (and admittedly imaginative) cartoon of a lonely white suburban kid who finds a father figure in a pimp named "Fruit Juice" (voiced expertly by Bernie Mac). The Mac and a prostitute voiced by Little Kim (again, perfect casting) teach the boy about the Pimp game and about life in general.
There could be concerns that like "Soul Plane," this would be nothing but trashy stereotypes. Perhaps, but it's a guilty pleasure with some really charming and funny moments. (The scene where the kid takes the Pimp and Little Kim to school for "show and tell" is a SCREAM!). Yeah, one could go on and on about stereotypes, the morality of a story involving children and pimping, etc. but unlike "The Mack," "American Pimp," ad nauseum, this film does not take itself seriosuly and is clearly just a comedy.
Basically, leave your brains (and the kiddies) and all the analysis and sociology at the door for this one- get some of your buddies over for beer and pizza, and LAFF Your (posterior) OFF!
BTW-It would help this DVD if they added some of the original web "Lil Pimp" cartoons as extra features, as was the case with the "Undercover Brother" DVD.