EarHustle411 Rewind: Legendary Actor/Rapper Ice T Says “Manhood Is Dead; You’re Dealing With The Pussyification Of The Male Sex”…WOW!!!

With everything that’s going on in society, we must speak on all topics in order to truly to gather an understanding as to why we are in the shape that we are in as a society.   Although, the following story was originally done back in 2014, its content still rings volumes in mid-2015.  Legendary rapper and veteran actor Ice-T never ceases to shock the world with his commentary about the perils between men and women.  Considering Ice-T’s former lifestyle and when he talks about the roles between men and women, he does speak some truth.   Ice-T has an unapologetic nature for what he says and honestly doesn’t care if what he has to say hurts anyone’s feelings.  Sometimes it’s the things that ruffle feathers and make people uncomfortable need to be said raw and uncut.

We’d like our EarHustle411 viewers to share your thoughts on what Ice-T said as well as the young man in the video.  Sound off if you think he’s right, wrong or spot on!!!

Take a look at the original article from 2014:

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US rap legend Ice-T says gay men are not to blame for the “pussyfication” of the male sex.

In an interview with The Guardian, the rapper and actor, known for his long-running role in crime show Law and Order, was asked about the lyrics on his new album Manslaughter, from his old thrash metal group Body Count.

Asked about the reference that “manhood’s dead”, Ice-T replied: “I think right now you’re dealing with the pussyfication of the male sex. Men are just being so passive, not standing for something; they’re very politically correct.

“This has nothing to do with the gay male.

“The gay male is gay and I have no problem with that.

“Men are just soft. It’s OK to say you want to be a woman, but try to be a man and there’s something wrong with that.”

He explained: ”One of my buddies told me, ‘For you to be a man, a bitch has definitely taken a position.’ If you’re with your girl and you’re like, ‘Where should we park? I don’t know…’, she’ll be like, ‘Park here!’

”Women want power. But at the same time they’ve made men feel uncomfortable about speaking their feelings.”

The rapper also revealed that he’s never felt it was necessary to hide his larger-than-life hip-hop lifestyle from his children when they were growing up.

He said: ”My son grew up with people smoking weed and drinking, right in his face. All I could do was say, ‘There’s an adult world and a kid world. You live in a kid world. Adults can say that, you can’t. You can say other s**t once you can drive.’”

This young man referenced this article and broke it down unapologetic style. Graphic language is used but he’s real and picks up what Ice-T was talking about.

Source: News Ninja

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