The 51-year-old rapper said he would have preferred to have a one-on-one call with the vice presidential nominee.
"Politicians are there to give you the idea that you have freedom of choice. You don't. You have no choice. You have owners. They own you. They own everything," the quote reads.
In the wake of George Floyd's death, Jared Kushner criticized people for crying on Instagram, putting slogans on their jerseys and writing messages on basketball courts.
The Republican lawmaker praised Ice Cube's plan for Black America as he criticized Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
"There is a profound difference between what will happen in this country if there are four more years of this president or if Joe Biden becomes president," the former Democratic presidential candidate said.
Ice Cube said that people "trying to clown" him may have inadvertently promoted the Trump campaign's "Platinum Plan."
The photo began circulating on social media platforms Monday, receiving thousands of shares on Twitter and Facebook, including by Eric Trump.
Ice Cube responded to Trump's since-deleted tweet with some serious shade after he tweeted kind words including a photo of Ice Cube and 50 Cent.
"If you take him at his word, Ice Cube is attempting to do something very noble: He wants concrete political change for Black people in real time, in exchange for Black support at the polls in (checks watch) two weeks," the article shared by DL Hughley reads.
The rapper and actor has been recently criticized over his political position.
Ice Cube said Friday that he was "willing to work with whoever is willing to work with me" on solving racial inequality issues, such as the wealth gap.
"With Biden, it made me think about Hitler because the way the Germans did the Jews, they killed like thousands of them at once," Boyce Watkins said in the video shared by Ice Cube on Twitter.
"Black people have dealt with presidents on both sides of the aisle and our results are the same," Ice Cube said.
April Reign detailed issues with Ice Cube working with the Trump Campaign in a Twitter thread on Wednesday.
"I've actually been ban from @CNN for a few months so I was surprised they even asked," the actor Tweeted on Thursday announcing he wouldn't be interviewed on Chris Cuomo's show tonight.
In a 2016 tweet, Ice Cube had some choice words for the future president, but recently revealed that he's had some influences on a Trump campaign plan.
In the lengthy Twitter video shared on Sunday, Ice Cube expressed skepticism about politicians, but singled out Democrats more. Ice hadn't said he's pro Trump but confirms communication.
The star criticized members of the Democratic Party following this past week's convention, saying that despite all the fanfare, no speakers talked about "a contract with Black America."
"What the hell are y'all doing? Y'all want racial equality. We all do. I don't understand how insulting another group helps our cause. I don't understand in any shape or form."
"His "truth" was clearly anti-Semitic but, like Trump, he believes his truth exists outside facts," Abdul-Jabbar wrote about Ice Cube's remarks.
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