Ice Cube has recently made major headlines for his work that he’s put in with the Donald Trump Administration in order to reach some kind of reform for Black America and economic stability. While many have come to criticize his efforts, Cube has not backed down as he still pushes his agenda of reaching across the aisle ahead of one of the most important elections.
As Cube has previously stated, that he initially approached both the Democratic Party and the Republican Party with this plans for the Contract With Black America, it was only the GOP who decided to tram with the legendary rapper. Cube revealed that the Democratic party wanted to take on the issue after the election, but now, it seems as though the two parties aren’t on the same page as Ice Cube decided not to connect with Vice-Presidential hopeful Kamala Harris.
During his recent virtual appearance on the the Fox Soul show “The Queens”, Cube stated, “We had spent a lot of people time putting the ‘Contract With Black America’ together and I just thought that getting on a Zoom call with 12 other entertainers all shooting what they believe needs to be done, to me wasn’t gon’ be productive,” in response to host Claudia Jordan pointing out that Cube decided to not join a political Zoom call which included Snoop Dogg, Killer Mike, D.L. Hugely, and many more.
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