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Talk about a proud daddy!
Ice Cube's son, O'Shea Jackson Jr., has already started a career for himself in Hollywood as he portrayed his famous father in the breakout film Straight Outta Compton.
As O'Shea's star starts to rise, he might find himself among some pretty big directors, stars, and hey, maybe even date a Kardashian, right? Well according to Jackson's dad, his son won't be dating one of Kris Jenner's daughter's anytime soon because the rapper doesn't think they can "handle" his son! LOLz!
At the premiere of Ice's new movie, Barbershop: The Next Cut, Cube opened up to People about his son starting a career in acting saying:
This attitude is not cutting it!
Apparently, Nicki was rude to every cast and crew member she was unfamiliar with — going as far as forcing strangers to stand on the other side of the room!
To make things worse, it's rumored that she has
N.W.A. will be welcomed into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and will be inducted by one of their biggest super fans, Kendrick Lamar!
The Alright rapper will head to Brooklyn in April to welcome Dre, Ice Cube, DJ Yella, Easy-E, and MC Ren into the hall during the ceremony!
K.Dot has made no secret that the legendary hip-hop group has helped shape his career, even dedicating one of his Grammy wins to the members!
N.W.A. is among an esteemed class of inductees, joined by Steve Miller, Deep Purple, Chicago, and Cheap Trick!
Oh. Hmm. Maybe not a good time to seat Rob next to the guys from N.W.A…
The 31st Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will take place on April 8, and air in a telecast on April 30 on HBO!
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It's no secret that Straight Outta Compton was one of the biggest Oscars snubs this year!
Well, it turns out they couldn't if they wanted to, because the cast wasn't even INVITED to the ceremony — and neither was the film's producer Ice Cube!
According to TMZ, the only two people involved in the film who scored an invitation are Jonathan Herman and Andrea Berloff — the two (white) screenwriters who were nominated for Best Original Screenplay!
While sources say Ice Cube most likely wouldn't have attended the event even if he did get an invite, the Ride Along 2 star will be attending the SAG Awards and NAACP Image Awards — which both nominated Straight Outta Compton in several categories.
It's not clear what criteria the Academy has for extending an invitation, but we think the talented cast would have made an appropriate choice to fill in the extra seats this year!
Do YOU think the cast should have received an invitation?
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The legend has spoken — and he makes a great point, too!
In response to the ongoing #OscarsSoWhite controversy over the past few weeks, Sir Ian McKellen spoke on Monday to reporters with a message of warning: disenfranchisement isn't only happening along racial lines.
The Lord Of The Rings star expressed sympathy for black actors angry about how the Oscars have snubbed them, both recently and historically.
But the acting legend also cautioned that it wasn't just black actors receiving the short end of the Academy Awards' focus, having himself been nominated twice:
Now this is an inneresting reaction to the Oscars' ongoing controversy!
Ice Cube appeared alongside Kevin Hart on the Graham Norton Show on Friday, and was very blunt about his thoughts surrounding #OscarsSoWhite — but it's not exactly the reaction you might think he'd have!
The rapper and Straight Outta Compton mastermind discussed his mega-hit film with Norton and the guest roundtable.
He also shared some very blunt thoughts about why he doesn't think the controversy — at least, in the case of his own movie's awards snubs — is as big a deal as it's been made out to be by other celebrities!
Ch-ch-check it all out (above)!!
What do U think about Cube's comments?! Are they as reasonable as was suggested in the video clip??
You can't stay number one forever!
After spending four weeks at the top of the box office, Star Wars: The Force Awakens fell to third place over the long Martin Luther King Day weekend.
The Force Awakens ended up landing in third with a respectable $31 million.
Innerestingly, Hart and Cube's followup — though successful — wasn't able to pull in the $41 mil that their original film made during its opening weekend in January of 2014.
Also opening this weekend,