American Rapper, Ice Cube has debunk claims of being the inspiration behind Ye’s Anti-Semitism thoughts.
Following reports by TMZ, Ye mentioned Cube by name in the “Drink Champs” episode, saying that Cube “set me up for this” and influenced him to be on this “anti-Semitic vibe,” and that he was going to “finish the job”—suggesting that Cube laid the groundwork. Cube responded by speaking out.
The NWA star is now denying the connection, writing on Twitter to do so and saying, “I’m offended that this Drunk Champs nonsense includes my name. You’ll have to ask Ye to clarify his meaning for you because I am unsure of it.”
He adds, “I didn’t put the batteries in his back. Please leave my name out of all the antisemitic talk. I’m not antisemitic and never have been.”
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Recall that when he released “No Vaseline” and referred to Jerry Heller as a “white Jew” and a “demon” who should have a bullet in his “temple,” Cube has previously come under fire for his alleged anti-Semitism. This accusation has also been made in connection with some strange things he posted in 2020.
Louis Farrakhan, a well-known anti-Semite, has also received his public support.