Ice Cube Burns Eric Trump For Tweeting Fake Photo Of Him And 50 Cent

David Moye
·Reporter, HuffPost
·1-min read

Ice Cube may be working with President Donald Trump on a “Contract with Black America,” but don’t call it an endorsement.

Eric Trump learned that lesson the hard way on Tuesday after posting a manipulated photo showing Ice Cube and fellow rapper 50 Cent wearing hats bearing the “Trump 2020” logo.

The post came a day after 50 Cent announced he was voting for Trump even though the president “doesn’t like black people,” due to Joe Biden’s tax plan.

But while Ice Cube said he is willing to work with whichever party is in power, he wasn’t happy when Trump’s second born son tried to turn that into an endorsement by tweeting this now-deleted manipulated photo.

Eric Trump posted a fake photo showing Ice Cube and fellow rapper 50 Cent wearing “Trump 2020” hats on Tuesday. (Photo: Twitter)
Eric Trump posted a fake photo showing Ice Cube and fellow rapper 50 Cent wearing “Trump 2020” hats on Tuesday. (Photo: Twitter)

The photo wasn’t legit, as BuzzFeed media editor Craig Silverman pointed out.

Ice Cube had a strong reaction to the tweet:

So far, 50 Cent hasn’t commented on the now-deleted photo.

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This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.