Rapper Ice-T denounces Los Angeles gang culture, calls LA a ‘dangerous place’
Rapper Ice-T discussed Los Angeles pack culture on his Twitter on Wednesday, considering the California city a “dangerous spot” – in any event, for celebrities.
The “Law and Request: SVU” star associated Los Angeles hip-jump stars’ absence of gems with the city’s skyrocketing wrongdoing crisis.
“Individuals are still catching up with me about my comments about LA Pack culture,” the rapper started. “In the event that you NOTICE, LA rappers don’t wear a lotta Gems… Me, Snoop, 3D shape, Dre, Game, Kendrick.”
“The list goes on… It’s not cause we’re penniless. LA is just a Dangerous place,rapper or not. Why test the streets,” Ice-T said.
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Ice-T’s comments probably referred to the demise of rapper PnB Rock, who was shot during a burglary in Los Angeles on Monday. The 30-year-old entertainer allegedly had his gems taken from him when the suspect ran away from the area.
PnB Rock’s demise is one of the latest wrongdoing incidents in Los Angeles as the city experiences soaring savagery.