Hollywood Rapper Ice Cube Suggests Black Americans Should Ditch Democrat Party if Nothing Changes (VIDEO)

Hollywood Rapper Suggests Black Americans Should DITCH Dems!


Ice Cube, a famous musician and Hollywood actor has made waves again with a controversial speech calling on black Americans to reevaluate their support for the Democratic Party.

O’Shea “Ice Cube” Jackson, also known as Ice Cube, was a guest on the Full Send Podcast with presenters Kyle Forgeard and Steiny Steinberg.

The Black community has taken note of Ice Cube’s activism for positive change. Between politicians and the people’s movements, he has tried to build a bridge. His many works include a policy proposal document titled “Contract with Black America.”

In 2020, when Ice Cube collaborated with President Trump on his plan for black Americans, he received criticism.

Ice Cube tweeted in defense of his partnership with Trump, “Every side is the Darkside for us here in America. They’re all the same until something changes for us. 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. Our justice is bipartisan.”


The interviewer, Kyle Forgeard, wanted to know how Ice Cube felt about the criticism he faced as a celebrity because of his friendship with Trump.

I never backed Trump or Biden, Ice Cube claimed. “I never asked to speak to the Republicans or the Democrats.”

“I created a document called the “Contract with Black America” that spelled out a lot of different issues that we believe were the reason why it was so much unrest after George Floyd was killed. I released the document and everybody wanted to talk to me, the Republicans asked to talk to me and the Democrats. I went to talk to both of them about the Contract.”

According to Ice Cube, the Democrats have opted to ignore him until after the election, while the Republicans were anxious to implement some parts of the contract.

“The Republicans asked if could they implement some things from the Contract into their proposal? And I said the document was open for anybody to use in any way they desired. So if they just want to use it for educational purposes, they could. If they wanted to add more paragraphs or more ideas to it, they could. If they wanted to use it to get a law change, they could. So I didn’t mind them using it. I met with the Democrats. The Democrats said, we like 90% of what’s in there, and we’ll talk to you after the election about it.”