The actor — who's reprising his role alongside Kenan Thompson for the upcoming sequel — took to Instagram with a post addressing negative comments that were made about him after photos from the set appeared online.
In a photo from the set, Kel once again donned the iconic Good Burger uniform with a braided wig.
While many were excited to see him back as Ed, others were critical of Kel's appearance. They even made jokes — such as how he resembled Jada Pinkett Smith's Set It Off character, Stony.
Kel first responded to the comments with humor, saying in Ed's voice: "They said I look like Jada Pinkett [Smith], so we're about to set it off."
Kel also posted this video showing what he looked like without all the makeup:
"Yeah," he said confidently at the end.
Period, Kel! Anyway, looking forward to seeing the film when it's out later this year.