Oh gosh, we have a feeling this comment is going to cause A LOT of controversy.
Spoiler alert: Keeks answer might shock you!
The 34-year-old explained to Australian radio outlet, 92.9:
We are soooo 100% behind this!
"You can kill kids . . . You can torture them and still get a PG-13, but if they say a couple of bad words, you blame them."
He added that he hopes the MPAA has some sort of "rational basis" for its ratings "before we have to sue them to revise the system."
Considering that many R-rated films such as Schindler's List, which shows extreme violence, is shown to many schools around the country, we don't understand why bad words would constitute a harsher rating.
This film should be required viewing for all children and teens. It's just that important.
If you have yet to watch the poignant trailer for the film, click play (above).