Ice Cube says he refused to be immunized against the coronavirus, failing to make $9 million
Rapper and actor Ice Cube (“Catch you on the way out”) waived a salary of $9 million for refusing to take the covid-19 vaccine. The news had been circulating for some time, but has now been confirmed by the artist himself.
“I turned down a movie because I didn’t want to get the fucking skewer,” she revealed in the podcast’s latest episode Million dollar game🇧🇷 “I turned down $9 million because I didn’t want to get the kebab. Fuck that kebab and fuck you all for trying to make me get it.”
Cube also said that “I don’t know how Hollywood feels about me right now”, and completed by clarifying that “I have not refused [os US$ 9 milhões]🇧🇷 Those motherfuckers didn’t give it to me because I didn’t get the vaccine. I didn’t refuse. They just didn’t give it to me.”
In October 2021, The Hollywood Reporter reported that Ice Cube had exited the comedy “Oh Hell No,” starring Jack Black (“Jumanji: The Next Level”), after turning down a request from producers to move forward. . The film, which was allegedly directed by Kitao Sakurai (“Bad Trip”), has since been stalled.
While he says he doesn’t know how Hollywood feels about him right now, Ice Cube recently revealed that he’s struggling to produce the fourth film in the ‘Friday in Trouble’ comedy series. “I’m trying to get him out of Warner Bros.”, he said at the time.
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