For many years, Little Black SuBo and Little Black Sambo have lived in relative peace in their huts in a nondescript village of Kenya. Their quiet lives have been interrupted lately, however, due to confusion from the publicity machine that is the fan clubs of Susan Boyle (the new SuBo).
Little Black SuBo said that "when the book came out many years ago, where Sambo gets the tigers all running in circles around the tree until they all turn into butter, we thought that our lives were set. The occasional tourist would stop in the village for an autograph or to have their picture taken with us (I was the one on the last page of the book who you see putting the butter into the clay pots)."
"We live quiet lives, using our royalty moneys to pay for the medical expenses of the people in our village, and to pay for our monthly visits to an ice cream parlor in the capital city."
"Since Susan Boyle hit it big, however, she has been stealing the mojo. People are now thinking that she is Little Black Subo, and not as many people are coming around."
"Do they think that she is the new Michael Jackson? Did she start out as a little black boy and become an ugly white woman? I think that she was always an ugly white woman, and now she wants to cash in on my fifteen minutes of fame."
Little Black SuBo and Little Black Sambo have filed a lawsuit in International Court claiming that Susan Boyle has stolen thier trademarked name, and thereby is ruining the economic health of an entire African village.
In conclusion, Little Black Sambo offered the following: "If the revenue loss keeps up, we won't be able to take the annual manhood pilgrimage. We take all of the boys who turn eighteen within the year to Nairobi to see the white women dance naked in the titty bar. If no one remembers Little Black SuBo, then how will our boys become men?"