Ice Cube shares antisemitic images, wild conspiracy theories

Ice Cube (Phillip Faraone/Getty Images for REVOLT via JTA)
Los Angeles, CA - Rapper Ice Cube tweeted an image of a mural that was removed from a wall in London in 2012 after complaints that the image was antisemitic.

In the tweet, the image, which depicts several men — seemingly caricatures of Jewish bankers and businessmen — sitting around a Monopoly board resting on the backs of naked black workers, is captioned: “All we have to do is stand up and their little game is over.”

The tweet, which came amid a torrent of expressions of support from the rapper for the Black Lives Matter movement in recent days, has been liked nearly 50,000 times and retweeted more than 19,000 times since it was posted on Saturday.
British journalist Michael Segalov, who wrote about the issue in 2018, tweeted at Ice Cube to say the the image was antisemitic.

Ice Cube later tweeted that he was “very concerned about the table in this image,” but did not remove it.

Source: Times of Israel