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Ice Cube Part Of Investment Group To Buy 22 Sports TV Stations

The West Coast Rap All Stars Show was held in Planet Hollywood Casino Hotel in Las Vegas

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Ice Cube has long established himself in other areas outside the medium of music and acting, and now he’s hoping to get into the sports television business too. The rapper and actor is part of an investment group that is hoping to purchase 22 regional sports stations.

The Blast reports:

According to our sources, the legendary rapper is joining forces with Carolyn Rafaelian, the founder of popular bangle brand Alex and Ani, in a bid to buy 22 regional sports television stations.

Sources close to the deal tell The Blast that Rafaelian “is going in huge on this” with Ice Cube and will be investing heavily in the deal.

Rafaelian, based on the success of the Alex and Ani brand, is #21 on the Forbes list of America’s Richest Self-Made Women. She was also named “America’s richest jeweler.” She was also named one of People Magazine’s “25 Woman Changing the World.”

Cube is also being joined by his partners in the Big3 basketball league in making the bid.

According to the Wall Street Journal and also mentioned by the outlet, the stations are valued at $ 25 billion. Disney has to let the stations go as part of their deal to acquire 21st Century Fox.

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Original Gangstas: The Untold Story of Dr. Dre, Eazy-E, Ice Cube, Tupac Shakur, and the Birth of West Coast Rap (Unabridged) – Ben Westhoff

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Original Gangstas: The Untold Story of Dr. Dre, Eazy-E, Ice Cube, Tupac Shakur, and the Birth of West Coast Rap (Unabridged)

Ben Westhoff

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 25.95

Publish Date: September 15, 2016

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Jamie Foxx Celebrates 50th Birthday with Ice Cube, Ludacris, Snoop Dogg Concert

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Next Up For Ice Cube Is A Christmas Movie — Yes, Really

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Ice Cube Photog — ‘Raiders’ Tees Are Straight Outta Line

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Explore Rubik’s Cube – Zhe Hu

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Explore Rubik’s Cube

with a new cube notation

Zhe Hu

Genre: Games

Publish Date: August 19, 2014

Publisher: Zhe Hu

Seller: Zhe Hu


This book teaches you how to solve the cube "intuitively", namely, by understanding cube algorithms through logic reasoning. We introduce a new cube notation that is easy to learn and it helps you visualize what's going on . We want to bring back the fun and amazement of playing Rubik's cube, not as a memorization tool, but as a tool to evoke deep logic thinking.  We hope that years after reading this book, if you get hold of a Rubik's Cube, you still know how to solve it, just from a few guiding principles. More importantly, once you learn the new cube notation, you can sketch and think about cube algorithms on paper, and even design your own algorithms. You can also explain and teach cube solving to others.

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Dr. Dre & Ice Cube Want Off Suge Knight Hit-And-Run Lawsuit

Before Straight Outta Compton rose to a historic box office weekend, there was Suge Knight killing Terry Carter nearby the set of a promotional video spot used to promote the film.

Although N.W.A members Dr. Dre & Ice Cube were on location, they feel their presence did not give just cause to Suge Knight’s behavior and they both have filed motion to get their names removed from the wrongful death lawsuit.

Via The Hollywood Reporter:

The lawsuit against those involved with Straight Outta Compton alleges that the defendants should have known about the tensions between Dr. Dre and Knight and should have made security provisions to create a safe environment. It’s also alleged that Dr. Dre and Cube are vicariously liable for Sloan’s conduct.

In a demurrer filed last week, Dr. Dre and Cube say they committed no malfeasance, that their only affirmative act was a “specific request” that Sloan direct Knight to leave camp. This, they say, “did not create undue risks for anyone, let alone Carter.”

The two also say they owed no duty to Carter, that Knight’s assault wasn’t foreseeable, and raise the prospect of what might have happened if they allowed Knight to stay at base camp.

According to their motion, “These allegations plainly demonstrate that allowing Suge to remain at the base camp posed a serious risk that Suge could have injured someone at the camp — including Dr. Dre, Bone or one of the numerous cast and crew working on the film. Certainly, the risk that Suge might leave the base camp and proceed to his fatal confrontation with Carter was no more foreseeable than the possibility that Suge would injure or kill someone else if he had been permitted to stay.”

The former N.W.A members represented by attorney Alexander Cote say that there’s no proximate cause connecting their actions to Carter’s fatality, and argue that public policy and common sense can’t possibly demand “tolerating the presence of a dangerous and violent criminal with a grudge.”

Suge Knight is currently awaiting trial for murder of Carter and attempted murder of Sloan.

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Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre Grew Up, So Why Won’t Ice Cube?

None of us escapes life free of error. However, with age comes not only the opportunity to rectify our past blunders, but a chance to be bold enough to acknowledge them. For rapper Snoop Dogg, when called on his past misogyny in his rap lyrics, he didn’t speak of regret, but shared, “Once I figured out there was room to grow and learn and to be a better person, then I incorporated that in everything I was doing. I don’t feel like you can be ashamed or mad about not knowing—if you don’t know, you don’t know.” The end result is that Snoop no longer refers to women as “bitches” or “hos.” Similarly, in a new interview with Rolling Stone, Dr. Dre acknowledges his history of physically abusing women—namely his assault of TV host Dee Barnes as well as of his former girlfriend and mother of one of his children, Michel’le. When asked about both the incident and accusations, Dre acknowledged, “I made some f–king horrible mistakes in my life. I was young, f–king stupid. I would say all the allegations aren’t true—some of them are. Those are some of the things that I would like to take back. It was really f–ked up. But I paid for those mistakes, and there’s no way in hell that I will ever make another mistake like that again.” It’s not a total act of contrition. Unfortunately, when called on his own bad habits, Ice Cube took a different approach; as in, f–k that, my attitude on women will stay in Throwback Thursday and Flashback Friday mode. Rolling Stone notes that Ice Cube laughed off critics of N.W.A’s treatment of women before saying: “If you’re a bitch, you’re probably not going to like us. If you’re a ho, you probably don’t like us. If you’re not a ho or a bitch, don’t be jumping to the defense of these despicable females. Just like I shouldn’t be jumping to the defense of no punks or no cowards or no slimy son of a bitches that’s men. I never understood why an upstanding lady would even think we’re talking about her.” At 46 years old, Ice Cube is way too old to sound this immature and banal. Snoop attributed much of his shift in attitude to the women in his life—a wife, a daughter—and yet, Ice Cube is a family man himself who’s made millions off crafting family-friendly movies. Still, Cube clings to misogyny, proving that a wife and daughter may not cure every man’s penchant for degrading women. The same goes for the Straight Outta Compton director and longtime Cube collaborator, F. Gary Gray. There is a particular scene in the film that employs the reference “Bye, Felicia” and meshes it with what was described as “a moment of degradation.” When asked about this in an interview with New York magazine’s The Cut, Gray argued, “If you’re looking to be politically correct in entertainment, especially as it relates to comedy, that’s the end of entertainment. If people want us to make entertainment in a certain way, you tell me how we should have shot the scene.” Like Cube, Gray is too old to not know better. There’s political correctness and there’s common decency. There’s pushing the envelope and there’s perpetuating a trope. There’s being controversial and there’s playing to the lowest common denominator. Bothered by the question, Gray went on: “That’s just an awful question. You know. It’s like, if Oprah says it’s a powerful movie, and we know how she feels about how women are depicted in film and entertainment and things like that—I feel like you’re digging. We should be focusing on how the police are treating innocent American citizens. What about that? Let’s talk about something as important, if not more important, if you really want to go there.” Yet another immature deflection: “Why you worried ’bout this, when blah-blah-blah is happening?” By Gray’s logic, the police are brutalizing black women as much as they are black men. To that end, more than two decades ago, N.W.A said “F–k the police” while dually condemning black women as spiteful or whorish and, for some members, also beating them. All this time later, as we collectively remain angry about law enforcement’s treatment of black souls and bodies, many women and men question how some black men can still be so hateful to their female counterparts. What a pity that some of these black men haven’t evolved to offer a better answer.
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Amerikkka’s Most Wanted – Ice Cube

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Amerikkka’s Most Wanted

Ice Cube

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: May 15, 1990

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Lethal Injection – Ice Cube

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Lethal Injection

Ice Cube

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: December 6, 1993

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Ice Cube and Dr. Dre hit the black carpet for the premiere of “Straight Outta Compton”

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The Predator – Ice Cube

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The Predator

Ice Cube

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: November 16, 1992

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Death Certificate – Ice Cube

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Death Certificate

Ice Cube

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: October 30, 1991

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AmeriKKKa’s Most Wanted – Ice Cube

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AmeriKKKa’s Most Wanted

Ice Cube

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: May 15, 1990

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ESPN FIRST TAKE: Ice Cube Recalls N.W.A.’s Origins: “We Thought We Were Going To Be Underground”

Ice Cube says that NWA had no apologies for thier music and he speaks on this with Stephen A Smith and Skip Bayless. ESPN First Take always has messages on the show. Check this one below:

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Ice Cube & DJ Yella Say If Police Begin Being Prosecuted For Brutality Change Might Happen

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“The Unlikely Show” Debuts With Ice Cube And Tef Poe

What do you get when a Muslim American journalist of Pakistani descent teams up with the co-founder & co-CEO of the longest running hip-hop site? The answer: ‘The Unlikely Show w/Nida and Chuck’. Check out the first episode with veteran rapper/film maker Ice Cube and outspoken activist/rapper Tef Poe, who has a hot new album called War Machine III. And read more about “The Unlikely Show” below.

Experts and entrepreneurs, Nida Khan and Chuck Creekmur (affectionately known as “Jigsaw” in the streets) have joined forces to discuss everything from politics and international issues, to entertainment and music. The goal is simple: provide views from communities that are underrepresented in the mainstream, as well as cater to that younger demographic that is still thirsty for intelligent content with an edge.

This week as the nation marks the one-year anniversary of #Ferguson, “The Unlikely Show” debuts with a focus on the state of police-community relations and the upcoming film ‘Straight Outta Compton’. Nida and Chuck are joined by rapper/activist Tef Poe, who was on the ground in #Ferguson and has been a passionate voice on issues of police brutality and reform. The show also features an interview with legendary artist Ice Cube discussing ‘Straight Outta Compton’ and NWA, as well as police accountability and activism in hip-hop.

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“I feel great about the movie,” said Ice Cube about his film, scheduled for release August 14th. “I want younger audiences to be inspired, to be able to change their situation, to be able to creatively deal with their frustrations to try to be constructive, and not destructive. As far as the old heads, I want to take them back and hopefully they feel a sense of nostalgia and they can understand where the music came from, where the group comes from and everything that we stood for.”

On this premiere podcast, Nida and Chuck sit down with Tef Poe to delve into the current state of affairs in #Ferguson, police reform, music, activism, politics and more.

“It’s a lot of trauma,” said Tef about the vibe in #Ferguson. “Nobody ever really dealt with the fact that there’s a community of young folks that fought a military for an entire summer and even through the winter.”

In the mundane, stagnant realm of talking heads where some 91% of the total weekday radio programming is conservative, “The Unlikely Show” delivers a fresh, blunt and sometimes downright comedic look at news.

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Dr. Dre and Ice Cube Break Silence on Eazy-E

“We would probably be working together right now and arguing about the work, as we did back in the past — but at the same time getting the work done, and probably doing some amazing.”
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Ice Cube, Ludacris, Usher, B.O.B, Cast, & More Attend ‘Straight Outta Compton’ Atlanta Screening

Photo Credit: Paras Griffin for Getty for Universal Pictures

Universal Pictures hosted an advance screening of their new film, ‘STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON’, on Friday, July 24th at Regal Atlantic Station in Atlanta, along with a Q&A with cast members O’Shea Jackson Jr., Corey Hawkins, Jason Mitchell, producer Ice Cube, and director F. Gary Gray. The Q&A was moderated by executive producer, Will Packer.

The screening was well attended by music’s top celebrities and influencers including: Usher, Ludacris, B.O.B., 2 Chainz, Big Krit, David Banner, Da Brat, Lil’ Scrappy, DC Young Fly, Polow Da Don and more. ‘Straight Outta Compton’ hits theaters Friday, August 14, 2015!

The Q&A, moderated by executive producer Will Packer, gave insight into what it was like for the casting process and what the process of preparation and executing the roles consisted of.

Ice Cube spoke first about his feelings on the film,

“Having our story told in a masterful way by F. Gary Gray and to see my son get an opportunity like he got when I did ‘Boys in The Hood’. As a parent you want your kids to step up at the moment of truth, and when they do it you are just overjoyed. I’m on cloud 9, 10, 11, and 12.”

F. Gary Gray shared that the movie was personal for him because he grew up in the same neighborhood with Ice Cube, and he started his career with him with ‘Friday’;, and he was there when Ice Cube left N.W.A and went solo. He shared that he did several of Ice Cube’s solo music videos. He also shared that all of his movies prior prepared him for this film, and he believes this is his best work.

O’Shea Jackson Jr. shared that the film had a level of importance to him that was unmatchable.

“It was about N.W.A and brotherhood but more importantly it was about my family’s legacy. It became my obsession. I couldn’t let someone else have that and fumble.”

Will Packer asked Ice Cube what it was like to have his biopic come to the big screen and be portrayed by his son. He also asked Ice Cube what that did to his psyche.

“I knew my son was in good hands because we did a lot of pre-production. F. Gary Gray is a masterful director at bringing our stories to life. We did everything we could do to prepare.

F. Gary Gray also shared that O’Shea Jackson Jr. wasn’t handed the role just because he was Ice Cube’s son. He explained that there were actually two other choices just in case he didn’t show up and show out.

Corey Hawkins shared his experiences in preparing for the role of Dr. Dre.

“I knew this was going to be a big movie, and I knew it would be a lot on our shoulders. I remember going through the ringer. The audition process was not easy. Dr. Dre kind of took me under his wings and said he wanted it to be iconic. He said, I just want to get the legacy right and whatever you need I got you.”

Jason Mitchell wasn’t able to have Eazy-E mentor him for the role, but nonetheless he shared what enabled him to kill it on the screen!

“It was not an easy thing at all. I looked at it like Eazy’s life and my life run hand in hand. If I didn’t do this I was going to go back to my old life. It was so much morale around me. He (Eazy-E) is such an icon, but first he is a regular man. Cube and Dre also helped me with a lot.”

He also shared that he had to practice his accent for 6-8 hours a day and learn how to walk and talk like he was from California. He also had to gain weight by eating 4,000 calories a day!

Remember the film hits theaters August 14th!

Check out more photos from the ATL Screening below. Photo Credit: Paras Griffin for Getty for Universal Pictures.

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Synopsis: In the mid-1980s, the streets of Compton, California, were some of the most dangerous in the country. When five young men translated their experiences growing up into brutally honest music that rebelled against abusive authority, they gave an explosive voice to a silenced generation. Following the meteoric rise and fall of N.W.A., ‘Straight Outta Compton’ tells the astonishing story of how these young men revolutionized music and pop culture forever the moment they told the world the truth about life in the hood and ignited a cultural war. Starring O’Shea Jackson Jr., Corey Hawkins and Jason Mitchell as Ice Cube, Dr. Dre and Eazy-E, Straight Outta Compton is directed by F. Gary Gray (Friday, Set It Off, The Italian Job). The drama is produced by original N.W.A. members Ice Cube and Dr. Dre, who are joined by fellow producers Matt Alvarez and Tomica Woods-Wright. Will Packer serves as executive producer of the film alongside Gray.

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Dr. Dre, Ice Cube Break Silence on N.W.A Movie, Suge Knight’s Murder Charge and a Reunion Tour (With Eminem)


This isn’t your dad’s N.W.A: Dre is now 50 and a mogul, Cube is 46 and a Hollywood powerhouse. And yeah, the guys who sang “F— tha Police” and “One Less Bitch” have been married for decades. So what’s left after you poked mainstream America out of its race slumber 30 years ago? The hot biopic ‘Straight Outta Compton’: “All this shit really happened.”

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Greatest Hits – Ice Cube

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Greatest Hits

Ice Cube

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: December 3, 2001

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Suge Knight, Ice Cube And Dr. Dre Hit With Wrongful Death Lawsuit

The family of Terry Carter has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Suge Knight, Dr. Dre and Ice Cube, TMZ reports. Carter’s wife and children filed the lawsuit claiming that Cube and Dre hired gang-affiliated security for protection while filming in rough L.A neighborhoods.

[ALSO READ: Suge Knight’s Lawyer Wants Murder Case Dismissed]

 

In the suit, the Carter family claims that some of those gang members started a fight and threatened Knight, which led to him retaliating and coming through the Tam’s Burger’s parking lot, killing Carter. Tam’s Burgers is named in the lawsuit as well due to the family feeling that since criminal activity occurs there regularly that there should have been security on the premises.

Knight, who is facing murder and hit-and-run charges in Carter’s death, is due back in court on July 7th .

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Suge Knight Sued for Wrongful Death; Universal, Dr. Dre and Ice Cube Named as Defendants


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Suge Knight, Dr. Dre, Ice Cube — Sued for Wrongful Death

Suge Knight is being sued for running over Terry Carter in a burger parking lot, and Dr. Dre and Ice Cube have also been named as defendants. Carter’s wife and kids have filed the lawsuit — obtained by TMZ — claiming Dr. Dre and Ice Cube — both…

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Ice Cube Shares Barbershop 3 Photo With Common, Cedric The Entertainer & Malcolm D. Lee [PHOTO]

Where as Nicki Minaj got a little distracted while on the set of Barbershop 3, Ice Cube comes in the clutch with a more official flick of the set.

The Barbershop 3 confirmations have been quickly becoming secure as the year as flew by and it appears and filming has begun all the same. After an eleven-year hiatus, Cube is reprising his role as Calvin Palmer Jr., Chicago barbershop owner and community gel and Cedric The Entertainer is also returning as the annoying yet wise sage, Eddie.

Best Man director Malcolm D. Lee and the always-working Common have both side on with the latter joining his fellow rap star, Eve on screen.

Although her role hasn’t been disclosed to the public, anyone who has ever spent an afternoon in Black barbershop can speculate as to what The Pinkprint will be doing with her camera time.

Barbershop 3 hits theaters is scheduled to hit theaters on February 19, 2016. Peep the Don Mega’s cast photo down below.

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Ice Cube to Rabbi — For You, a Beatdown! Casino Fight Alleged

So a rabbi and Ice Cube walk into a casino, and the rabbi catches an anti-Semitic fueled ass whuppin’ — at least that’s what the rabbi’s claiming, but Cube says that’s a load of crap. P. Taras, who says he’s a rabbi … tells TMZ he was at the…

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Ice Cube Thinks Miley Cyrus Should Stop Twerking —Here’s Why

Ice Cube isn't a huge fan of twerking. And there's one person who he believes has no business shaking her tail feathers — Miley Cyrus.
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