Ice-T is not happy with the state of hip-hop. He thinks the news has gotten too Kardashian crazy and he worries men have lost their balls. But, contrary to popular belief, he doesn’t have a problem with Drake. Jay Z is another story.
Ice-T’s grandson Elyjah Marrow was arrested after he accidentally shot and killed his 19-year-old roommate, Daryus Johnson.
Last month, Ice-T’s Body Count released a video for “Talk S**t, Get Shot” that had one little, interesting quirk — every person in the video that got shot and possibly killed was white.
When Ice-T learned his manager set him up with a job reading an audiobook, he thought it would amount to easy money. He thought wrong.
After the debate that took place last week, Ice T has a suggestion for President Obama. But while Mitt Romney has had trouble gaining support from prominent entertainers, actress Stacey Dash has come out in the GOP candidate’s favor.
Ice T is getting back to rap skill basics in the new documentary, Something From Nothing: The Art Of Rap. Now that the film has secured distribution and a theatrical release, Ice offered some insight into the process.
[lastfm]Ice-T[/lastfm] wanted to speak his peace about what went down with the NYPD when he got pulled over among other things. Check out the video HERE.
Rapper and Law and Order actor Ice-T was reportedly pulled over yesterday for driving without a seatbelt, and when officers ran a background check they discovered his license was suspended. Ouch. While he’s likely just to be […]
TV cop [lastfm]Ice-T[/lastfm] had a run in with the REAL law. See what happened inside…