ICE CUBE RIPS APART BLACK OSCARS BOYCOTT: ‘We Don’t do Movies for the Industry, We do Movies for the Fans’ [WATCH]

Screen Shot 2016-01-23 at 10.31.55 AMReal perspective right here. Thank you, Ice Cube.

Actor/Rapper Ice Cube joined the Graham Norton Show on Friday and had a really strong opinion about the Black Oscar Boycott of Jada Pinkett Smith, Will Smith, Spike Lee and Quincy Jones. As the producer of “Straight Outta Compton,” he also spoke about his N.W.A biopic’s exclusion from the Academy’s best picture category

Norton asked Cube if was going to attend the Feb. 28 ceremony, he responded, “I never used to go anyway. You can’t boycott something you never went to.”

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“We don’t do movies for the industry. We do movies for the fans, for the people,” he said. “If the industry gives you a trophy or not, or pats you on the back or not, it’s nice, but it’s not something you should dwell on.” He added, “We got accolades from all levels. We got so much praise for the movie.”

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