Ice Cube drags Bill Maher before “Real Time” interview: “You gotta know when to shut up”



“You can make a joke about everything, but everything ain’t funny,” Ice Cube spewed in regards to Bill Maher’s reprehensible usage of a racial slur on his HBO talk show…
While ’bout it ’bout it members of the Hip-Hop community are still seething over the 61-year-old comedian’s SO NASTY SO RUDE joke about being a “house n***er,” when Republican Senator Ben Sasse invited him to work in the fields of Nebraska last week, N.W.A.’s 47-year-old de facto front man–who’ scheduled for an interview on Real Time, this Friday– is gearing up to grill Bill on his motives behind ignorantly uttering his messy remarks. 
“He knows that’s a bad word to a lot of people,” Ice said to Rolling Stone several days ahead of his sit down with Bill. “Now, the question is: Why did he think he could be that comfortable with saying that? What makes you think you can say that? Why did you think you could get away with that?” 

Furthering his stance on the matter, Cube then went on to state that, thus far, the conversation surrounding Bill’s rough vocabulary has NOT been productive and labeled it a “facade of a lot of bullsh**.”

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“People are trying to go into this like, ‘What is it, why is it, how does it happen? Why is this still offensive? Should we use it, shouldn’t we use it?’ – this, that, and the other,” he said. “And it becomes like a facade of a lot of bullsh**. Everybody knows, because of white supremacy, black people got it bad. And it’s just not funny, the bully mentality.”
The Compton bred Rock And Roll Hall of Famer continued, “It’s just not funny to diss at least the ones who got it f***ed up. And it’s like rich, white guys are the reason why black people are in the position they’re in. You’re supposed to be a champion, or you’re supposed to be a liberal, but racism lives in both parties. It does. So let’s throw away the facade and the bullsh**. Let’s be real.”

Speaking specifically to Bill’s shady reference to slaves who worked inside of their master’s estate, Ice said, “He wants to talk about ‘house n—-s,’ like they had it so much better?”

The “Check Yo Self” spitter added, “It’s like, please. It wasn’t a cakewalk for a so-called ‘house n—a,’ either, unless you like being raped. Sometimes, you gotta know when to shut up. Check yourself before you wreck yourself.”

By : Asia Grace         

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