Actor/comedian Donnell Rawlings is speaking out against those criticizing the content of director Quentin Tarantino's hot-button hit "Django Unchained."
Rawlings came to the director's defense after several high profile black artists, including Katt Williams and Spike Lee, savaged Tarantino for fusing slavery with an homage to spaghetti westerns.
The comic actor's defense, however, was a tad indelicate.
"We shootin' white people in this movie. The black dude leaves with his girl into the sunset. There can be no happier movie than that."