Rapper and actor Ice Cube revealed one truth about black voters that could cost Democrats everything in 2024

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Next to Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube is one of the most well-known rappers in America.

After more than 30 years in the industry, Ice Cube continues to produce music and perform in hit movies.

But rapper and actor Ice Cube just revealed one truth about black voters that could cost Democrats everything in 2024.

Rapper Ice Cube is no stranger to controversy, dating all the way back to his anti-police lyrics with the group NWA.

Ice Cube recently appeared on the popular Full Send podcast with the NELK Boys where he discussed a number of controversial topics.

The hosts asked Ice Cube about the AI track called Heart On My Sleeve that mimics Drake and The Weekend.

And Ice Cube made it clear that he is no fan of artificial intelligence.

“I don’t wanna hear an A.I. Drake song,” Cube said in reference to artificial intelligence, which he called “demonic.” “Yeah, I don’t wanna hear that bulls***,” he continued, before adding that “he should sue whoever made it.”

Ice Cube promised to sue anyone who creates an artificial intelligence version of his songs.

“Somebody can’t take your original voice and manipulate it without having to pay,” Cube ranted. “I think A.I. is demonic [and] I think A.I. is going to get a backlash from organic people.”

The discussion then turned to politics when one of the hosts asked Ice Cube if there was a “stigma” in the black community for Republican politicians.

“I don’t know what’s going on in the African American community when it comes to that,” Cube said. “I mean, black people have supported Democrats overwhelmingly for fifty, sixty years.”

“And nothing has changed,” he continued, before adding “so, something’s gotta change.”

Black voters have been the most reliable Democrat voting block in the country for decades.

Joe Biden won an estimated 87% of the black vote in 2020 based on exit polls.

If Democrats lose just a small percentage of the black vote, it will be a trainwreck for the Party in 2024.

Republicans clearly have an opportunity to make inroads in the black community by reminding them, as Ice Cube said, that nothing has changed after years of supporting Democrats.

*Right News Wire Official Polling*
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