FYI, Here's Where Ice Cube Stands on Performing 'F*** Tha Police' Today

QUEBEC CITY, QC - JULY 09:  Ice Cube performs at Festival D'ete De Quebec on July 7, 2016 in Quebec City, Canada.  (Photo by Scott Legato/Getty Images)

FYI, Here's Where Ice Cube Stands on Performing 'F*** Tha Police' Today

Not much has changed.

Published July 19, 2016

Throughout the past two decades and counting, N.W.A has been both criticized and praised for their legendary 1988 hit single, “F*** Tha Police.” And in case you were wondering, not much about that has changed.

TMZ caught up with Ice Cube while he was at baggage claim and asked him if given the recent incidents of violence involving officers, he’s changed his mind at all about performing the anti-police anthem in 2016.


“Pressure me?” he asks, repeating the reporter’s question. “Nobody said anything to me.”

The reporter then presses on to see if anyone’s asked him to stop performing the song given its controversial message and how it applies today in light of current events.

Ice Cube remains unfazed by the paparazzi-style line of questioning and says he has no reason to stop performing the song.

“I ain’t gonna change nothing I do, ‘cause I ain’t doing nothing wrong,” the rapper says.

Check out the brief interview in the clip below.

Written by KC Orcutt

(Photo: Scott Legato/Getty Images)


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