Ice Cube Prepared To Discuss “Contract With Black America” With President Biden

O’Shea Jackson Sr. better known as Ice Cube birthed a 22 page document entitled ‘Contract With Black America’ back in August during the height of a racist civil war. This is not the first time the Straight Outta Compton hit-maker has sat down with a President to discuss his agenda. He sat down with the Trump administration as well. And he received a lot of backlash from the Black community for wanting to meet with Trump, who has made it clear that he is biased to race and culture and pretty much anyone who is not in his social class. Blacks have not taken well to that and felt betrayed by Cube for even attempting to ‘break break with the enemy’. But what people failed to realize was that Cube had a zoom call with both the Biden campaign as well as the Trump campaign, according to Rolling Stone. After the meeting, Congress agreed to 85% of Cube’s ‘Contract with Black America’ initiative. The plan moving forward was for Cube to sit down with the winning president to continue the move.

Cube’s sentiment is that neither political parties care enough about Black people, or to invest the needed funding and time into Black community. On Wednesday, in an interview with Ryan Cameron’s Uncensored radio show on Magic ATL, actor, director and hip hop grammy award winning artist Ice Cube announced that he plans on sitting with the Biden administration as planned. He told the radio show that the Biden administration reached out to him on Tuesday to continue the discussion with the winning party as planned.

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