Raging Anti-Semite Rapper Ice Cube Opened His Mouth And Something Utterly Ridiculous Flew Out; Here’s What He Says Hollywood Owes Black People
(Tea Party 247) Infamous rapper/actor OShea Jackson, who you probably know better as Ice Cube, has now earned a reputation for being a bit of an anti-Semite as of late, saying some rather awful and shady things about Jewish folk. Which is ironic for a guy who claims to be fighting against racism. Seems sort of hypocritical, but hey, thats the left for you, right?
According to Jackson, Hollywood owes black people reparations due to the fact it has had a legacy of racism in the entertainment industry going back years. Its funny, isnt it? Every time these guys come out and talk about racism, the only way to atone for it is to hand out free money.
Ice Cube appeared on The Breakfast Club radio program with Chalamagne tha God, where he stated that all the studios that played a part in black pain need to pay for what he alleges they have done.
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Virtually all the studios who contributed in our narrative, in our pain, in our misrepresentation, in stealing our history and giving it to white people for over a 100 years, so I think these studios that we know and love should kick in to a studio thats ran by black people with no outside influences, and whose movies and projects are owned by those black people, he said on the show.
Ice Cube said that Hollywood should give more ownership to black directors and writers who put their own projects together.
Those black artists, those black directors and writers, and people who put the projects together should own the projects and these studios, they can license the projects, the movies, or the TV shows or whatever, or they dont have to, he said. We can put them on our own streaming services. I just think its a form of reparations from the entertainment industry if they all had to invest a certain amount of money into the studio each year as payment for all the damage theyve done to black people.
Addressing reparations more broadly, Ice Cube said that black people, which make up approximately 13% of the population, should get 13% of the pie. He also denounced the idea of incremental reform, a sentiment with which Charlamagne agreed.
We catching hell no matter who in office, and we always have. So we need to think about whos gonna support this plan, and try to better the whole country try to do it in a [sic] across the board, broad manner, because stomping out little fires here and there, it just aint gonna cut it, he said. We are 13% of this country more, 13.5 and we deserve 13.5% of the pie, straight up, across the board. Were not trying to get to reform. We need equality, straight up. Why reform a system that was geared towards our demise? We need to be equal.
Yeah, f**k reform, Charlamagne replied. We gotta tear the whole system down; dismantle the whole mechanism of white supremacy.
The real question we need to ask of Charlamagne is what it means to tear down the system. It obviously denotes some form of violence, right? Appears thats the case given how awful Black Lives Matter has turned in the last few months. These individuals are not interested in really getting rid of racism.
They just want to remove their false notions of white supremacy which doesnt exist systemically and replace it with black supremacy instead. That, of course, solves nothing. It only causes more division and racism. Folks were moving past racial crap before BLM and the Democratic Party decided to set race relations back by decades.
Truly sad to see they are creating the problem they think they are fighting. They have become the monster.
When Charlemagne asked if Ice Cube felt free in America as an accomplished, multi-millionaire black man, the rapper replied no.
No. [Theres] no way to feel free in America because Im connected to our people, you know, so I actually feel the pain, Ice Cube said.
You feel it in your bones, he added. Thats how I feel when I see something happen to one of us in the street. I feel it in my bones, and so I dont feel free. I feel like that person. I feel like that can happen to me; that can happen to one of my sons; that can happen to my daughter; that can happen to my nephews, nieces, my father. That can happen to my mother.
How the hell are you going to feel free in this country just cause you got money? That aint s**t, he concluded.
No, you dont need money to feel free. Apparently, you need the right to tear down statues, riot, loot, and be held up as superior to others. What is wrong with folks?
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