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Ice Cube says he’s not part of the Elite Hollywood ‘Club,’ Issues Warning

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I’m not in the H’wood ‘Club’…

But I’m not going anywhere

ice Cube He says he’s not part of the elite Hollywood “club” that many others apparently belong to — and he does express some grievances about the challenges he says he faces because of it.

The rapper posted an ominous video on Sunday where he speaks directly to the camera…and the man goes on with this long rant about being outside with the elite and “gatekeepers” in entertainment and sports…at least that’s what it sounds like as he refers to it .

Ace bluntly says…he’s not part of that crowd, nor does he want to be – and goes on to say that this fact actually makes people angry on the inside, because he’s resisting something so overwhelming for someone in his position.

It also looks like Cube might be talking about politics here, too… since he’s referring to his contract with Black America – something he brought up before the 2020 presidential race, and which he said he felt Donald Trump In fact he seems to take it more seriously Joe Biden.


In the aftermath, IC says certain groups have been “playing” with him – and the way he describes it… he seems to think some hurdles have been brought up as a backlash to his stance. Cube says he doesn’t care, as he vows to get over it.

He mentions his Big3 league…and says it has become thriving despite what he describes as getting the cold shoulder from powerful institutions—like the NBA, for example.

Cube also says he’s planning a massive podcast tour in the near future where he talks to “everyone” — and makes it sound like he himself will ruffle his feathers, too.

We already know the guy is an independent, free thinker — but now, he’s digging his heels in and almost deflecting himself as an outsider in the world of showbiz… which is pretty interesting.

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