Recently appearing as the guest on the most recent episode of Tucker on Twitter, world-famous rapper Ice Cube joined show host Tucker Carlson to discuss a myriad of topics that are considered controversial in today’s mainstream culture.
Numerous subjects were covered, ranging from the societal pressures and compulsion surrounding the Covid-19 outbreak to whether forces such as BLM and corporate America are practicing the virtues they claim to hold.
“Three years ago, a bunch of big companies put hundreds of millions of dollars in Black Lives Matter…” Carlson said to Ice Cube. “Did that improve the neighborhood you grew up in?”
“Whenever you do that, most of the time a lot of people are siphoning that money off the top,” answered Ice Cube. “And the kicker is a lot of people saying I’ll give them money, but they don’t even give me money,” he said with a smile.
“They just get the article wrote,” he added. “Everybody think they’re great And they never… even give the money.”
Later on in the show, Carlson asked Ice Cube about the time he turned down a $9 million dollar gig that was forcing him to take the Covid-19 jab in order to receive the money.
“Why wouldn’t you take the vax?” Carlson asked Ice Cube. “You have direct order and take it you were told to take it.”
“Yeah, I’m not real good with direct orders…” Cube responded.
“But it was a command…” Carlson interjected as a joke. “They told you I mean, they’ve couldn’t have been clearer about it.”
“Did you take it?” Ice cube asked. “Of course not!” Carlson shot back.
“No, it wasn’t ready. You know? It was it was six months, you know, kind of a rush job. And.. I didn’t feel safe,” said Ice Cube.
Ice Cube noted that “There’s no repercussions if they’re wrong, but I get all the repercussions if they’re wrong,” and that it “wasn’t a tough call” for him to reject the experimental inoculation.
At one point during their time together, Carlson asked Ice Cube if he ever gives money to politicians.
Ice Cube answered with a resounding “no,” and explained he does not believe in politicians as they have hidden agendas and “owe a lot of people a lot of favors.”
The rapper also said that while he at first had high hopes and excitement for the future of black people in the US following the election of former President Barack Obama in 2008, he later realized that not much had changed.
Carlson teased that a full sit-down with Ice Cube at his studio will be played for the next show.