Ice Cube Addresses New L.A. Rappers, Says It’s Not His Job To Help Them
Ice Cube is really getting his blog on lately, embracing the digital world as he gears up for his next solo album, I Am The West. Last week, he stirred up the pot by explained the title of his new album, saying no one can challenge his claim to being "the West."
Each new blog Cube writes is garnering a lot of comments, and the veteran rapper is reading and answering.
In his latest blog, he chose to answer the long-discussed question as to why the OGs in hip-hop don't work with the new talent.
Cube says he's not here to make anybody famous.
"What's up with these local MC's in L.A. who keep disrespecting me? They're just mad cause I don't f**** with they wack-ass. They ain't on my level, why should I waste my time," Cube wrote. "I don't even remember ever meeting these clowns or even being in the same room with any of 'em. They can't make a name for themselves, so they need help from the OGs. I refuse the throw'em a life line.
"F*** 'em. It ain't my job to make nobody famous. And for the record, I ain't scared of no n****. Especially, no rappers ...seriously people," he continued.
Cube also discussed fans' hopes of him and Mack 10 reconciling. While he didn't rule it out, it doesn't sound too promising.
"Me and Mack 10 together again? I never say never, but he has the kiss the ring first," he said.
The rapper also details his week in the new blog entry, so head to IceCube.com for more.