“I do not support Donald Trump”
Ice Cube made it clear that he was not a supporter of Donald Trump after receiving backlash for allowing Republicans to add to his A contract with black America campaign.
The rapper, who has long been a staunch advocate for racial equality, launched the CWBA campaign in July to fight racism in the United States and bring solutions.
President Trump’s campaign team has since implemented elements of the CWBA in its recently unveiled Black Economic Empowerment Platinum Plan – a strategy to win black voters ahead of the 2020 presidential election on November 3.
Cube was forced to explain why he somehow bonded with the Republican Party after a fury from black fans online.
Speaking on Hot97 On the radio, the rap mogul explained that the Trump administration contacted him after the CWBA’s publication. âPeople can always add to it. It’s not my contract. I believe that’s our contract, âCube said.
The rapper denied working with Trump and added that Democrats never fully responded to his campaign.
He also said he did not support Trump. However, he made it clear that he was not just going to give his vote to the Democratic Party, claiming he was a “real, real undecided voter” even though he voted for the Democrats in every election.
And unlike the 50 Cent that backs Trump, Ice Cube has strongly denounced Trump’s supposed alignment with white supremacist groups.
âWhite supremacy turns me off,â Cube told the radio show, âbut it’s everywhere and on both sides of the aisle. It’s just the reality we live in, and I’m not naive. about that. We’re engulfed in white supremacy, so it’s just something we will have to fight to get out of. “
Meanwhile, Trump’s son Eric recently tweeted a photoshopped image of 50 Cent and Ice Cube wearing fake Trump hats. Ice Cube called the image fake.