Ice Cube appeared on "The Daily Show With Trevor Noah", Wednesday, to discuss his political initiative known as the Contract With Black America.
In an interview with Chris Wallace, the rapper and actor defended working on the Platinum Plan despite backlash.
Unsurprisingly, the Trump campaign is using recent Ice Cube headlines to their attempted advantage. On Tuesday, Eric Trump went the Photoshop route.
The rapper and political commentator Van Jones joined "Red Table Talk" for a discussion on race and the 2020 election.
Ice Cube was scheduled to make an appearance on ABC's Good Morning America earlier this morning (May 28). But after the killing of George Floyd on May 25, he decided to cancel. "I apologize to everyone expecting to see me on Good Morning America today," he tweeted, "but after the events in Minnesota…
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Rapper Scarface gave an emotional account of his time in isolation since testing positive for the coronavirus. Scarface, whose real name is Brad Jordan, was interviewed by Atlanta rapper Ludacris on Instagram Live on March 27. Some three thousand people tuned in for the 20-minute chat. "I'm scared to death," said Scarface, who on Thursday […]
David Letterman, Ice Cube and Chris Tucker were among the celebrities attending a memorial service in honor of the actor.
Actor-comedian John Witherspoon, who memorably played Ice Cube's father in the "Friday" films, has died. Witherspoon's manager Alex Goodman confirmed late Tuesday that Witherspoon died in Los Angeles. No cause of death was released.
During a discussion about racism and bigotry in America on Wednesday’s Tucker Carlson Tonight, guest Victor Davis Hanson took it one step further.
Ice Cube's new song "Good Cop Bad Cop" precedes the 25th anniversary edition of 'Death Certificate' and slams police brutality.
On “The Wendy Williams Show,” Ice Cube showed off his new party pad. Now Mr. and Mrs. Cube don't have to get a hotel room to party or entertain the homies.
In the 30-some years since his typing classmate threw down the gauntlet, Ice Cube has sold millions of albums and starred in dozens of movies, and he was recently inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.