I think it’s fair to say that, if Bruce Leroy found himself thrust through time and stranded in the mid-19th century, he’d curl up in a fetal position and quietly sob about his lack of a paint brush? Sho’nuff, however, never skips a beat, establishes a new identity and becomes a bad ass bounty hunter. Advantage: Sho’Nuff.
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Another reason Sho’Nuff is better than “Bruce” Leroy? Well, as much as we’ve established that the Shogun of Harlem is a scholar and a gentleman, and he would indeed respect young Ms. Jackson’s wishes to slow things down in their relationships…there’s no way he would have went out like a punk and been in that video with her turning her head on him.
Sho’ Nuff would have never tried to rape Freddie and then, afterwards, grin and tell his boys that “she was a wildcat!”
“Bruce” Leroy-attempted rapist; Sho’Nuff-gentleman.
I rest my case.
And the question that needs to be answered? Is Sam Jackson playing Sho’ Nuff a bad idea…or the worst idea you’ve ever heard?