The latest film that's expected to get 14-year-old kids repeating his sweary catch phrases, is released this week. The film: "I'm A White Man that Does Them Nigga Phrases", stars Ali Me, a character devised by self-proclaimed genius Jama Viceroy-Plagiarise.
Jama is an Oxbridge ponce with many contacts in the upper echelons of telly.
The plot is thin, although it has a clever sub-plot where Viceroy-Plagiarise takes an idea that was good in the otherwise God-awful "The Watchin'-the-Clock Show," uses the elements of the act that impressed the yoof, and then publicises it by embarking on a national expletive campaign.
Much of the film's script is filled with Viceroy-Plaigerise's trademark swear-combos, such as "fannywilly," "kills***" and "da zimma flangemysteron."
This, combined with some bad grammar and an accent, is a parody of white trash people who respect blacks, although some have suggested he simply wants to grab attention for his sell-out by mocking black culture.
Critics point to a recent promotion poster for the film in which he bears the severed head of Damilola Taylor's corpse on one of the sticks used to beat Rodney King. Although these spoilsport critics are failing to see the irony of the image.
Aside from Ali Me, Viceroy-Plagiarise has been trying to come up with some new ideas for when Ali Me isn't popular anymore. Among these flops include "Paki Man," where he browns himself up, then interviews old people in Surrey "to show how bigoted they are. I mean, they are so stupid - they actually believed that when I was urinating on their legs, I was doing an ancient Pakistani tradition to welcome them," says Viceroy-Plagiarise.
The film is expected to be a box-office smash. Follow-up films are already in the planning stage, after Viceroy-Plagiarise's fellow alumni recognised his school tie.