Ice Cube Is Sharing Anti-Semitic Memes and QAnon Tweets

LAS VEGAS, NV - MAY 06: Rapper Ice Cube performs at Daylight Beach Club at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino on May 6, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by David Becker/Getty Images for Daylight Beach Club)

Over the last few weeks, Ice Cube has been very outspoken about the injustices the Black community has faced past and present. He canceled a Good Morning America appearance and has since been a very frequent tweeter since George Floyd’s murder. Also, N.W.A.‘s “Fuck Tha Police” has reemerged as an anthem for the ongoing protests.

However, whether he realizes it or not, Cube has also unfortunately shared some memes that are understood to be anti-Semitic, spread on social media by Russian trolls promoting the conspiracy theory QAnon, as the Daily Beast points out.

You could see the tweets yourself below. SPIN has reached out to Cube’s reps for comment.

https://twitter.com/icecube/status/1269277079914209282?

The next one is from the Russian propaganda page Black Matters.

https://twitter.com/icecube/status/1270752897899229184

The next one has been used by the conspiracy group QAnon (hence the Q at the end of the banner).

Cube was called out by a fellow Twitter user about sharing the inflammatory images. And he did respond, which you can see below.

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