Remember when Malcolm made it clear that we’re “not the boss of him now” and we’re “not so big”? Well, it seems like the legendary theme song resonates with its leading actor now more than ever. 

Frankie Muniz, now 32, has defended Kanye West’s recent comments on Trump and slavery in America. 

Let’s jog your memory. The rapper wore a ‘Make American Great Again’ cap during his Saturday Night Live appearance, while giving an unaired speech in support of the current US President. Later, he posted on Instagram and Twitter about the need to “abolish” the 13th amendment, which outlawed slavery in the US. 

So, what did good ol’ Frankie think of it all? 

“Maybe he’s trying to make a point, something he feels strongly about. One thing that I can say about him, that I think is a positive from it, is the fact he’s speaking out for what he believes, whether you agree with it or not,” he told TMZ


“There’s a lot of people who are afraid to say anything, or say stuff and don’t even know what he’s saying. I give him props for that.”

However, many strongly disagree with the former child star’s sentiments. 

“You need an intervention,” Lana Del Rey commented on the Instagram post above. “If you think it’s alright to support someone who believes it’s OK to grab a woman by the pu**y just because he’s famous – then you need an intervention as much as he does.” 

Hear Frankie’s full statement above!