Ice Cube Clarifies Stance On Trump After Helping Campaign

  • Ice Cube Clarifies Stance On Trump After Helping Campaign

Ice Cube Clarifies Stance On Trump After Helping Campaign

In his "Contract with Black America", Ice Cube asks politicians for banking, police and prison reform, elimination of all Confederate statues, federal funding of "baby bonds" starting with $1,000 at birth, among other reforms to support the Black community in order to earn the "support of the Black vote".

"Facts: I put out the CWBA". Both parties contacted me. "Dems said we'll address the CWBA after the election", Cube tweeted on Wednesday.

The rap legend has called for both political parties to take action to fix the devastation done to the Black community by promoting a "Contract for Black America". They brought us in.

It's unclear why Ice Cube, whose real name is O'Shea Jackson, said he was banned "a few months ago", but the rapper was in hot water earlier this year for charges of anti-Semitism after sharing an image that appeared to promote a bigoted conspiracy theory. When we created the Contract With Black America we expected to talk to both sides of the isle. He added that Democrats recruited "every Black celebrity and shit on they team, so they just figure, 'Tell Cube to shut the fuck up and vote.' I ain't gonna do that. Will they do right by us at the end of the day, who knows?" Twitter users first found out from a tweet from Trump senior advisor Katrina Pierson that the rapper would be working with them on something called The Platinum Plan, a $500 billion, four-year program offering Black Americans assistance with everything from jobs and housing to guaranteeing "safe urban neighborhoods" with "highest policing standards". Trump's plan aims to "increase access to capital in black communities by nearly $500 billion" by creating 500,000 black-owned businesses and 3 million new jobs for the black community.

Buffett hasn't backed Biden for president, despite campaigning for Hillary Clinton in 2016 and tearing into Donald Trump at one of her rallies. Rather, it represents a rebuke to Joe Biden and the Democrats, who seem to take the black community for granted.

Ice Cube, one of the original members of the iconic rap group N.W.A., explained that his efforts were bipartisan, as he'd reached out to both sides about his proposed Contract With Black America, which the Death Certificate artist said 'strikes at the heart of racism and presents a blueprint to achieve racial economic justice'.

Now Ice Cube has responded further on Twitter. They all lie and they all cheat but we can't afford not to negotiate with whoever is in power or our condition in this country will never change.