Anyone for Iced T?

Ice T

Did anyone else hear the rumour about Ice Cube playing Mr T in the forthcoming John Singleton adaptation of hit 70’s show The A Team? What’s wrong with Mr T playing Mr T?

Regardless, it’s an excuse to play some Ice T…

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and some vintage anti-cracker rap from Ice Cube.

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While we’re at it, which Ice was better?


6 Responses to "Anyone for Iced T?"
  1. Reply Emma March 25, 2008 18:59 pm

    haha this would be an interesting casting!!

  2. Reply Robbie Coltrane aka Cracker March 25, 2008 20:17 pm

    I’d rather see Ice-T as Mr-T at least he pumps iron a lot and actually has a T in his name, even if it is for Tracy.

  3. Reply Koaste March 25, 2008 20:27 pm

    I always had Ving Rhames down for this part…

  4. Reply brian beck from wisconsin March 26, 2008 08:42 am

    Power wasn’t the first rap tape i bought but i’d say it was probably the most important of my just-pre-teen years and that’s before you even factor in jerking off over Darlene on the cover(s).

    It’s a shame that Ice T often gets forgotten these days. He was the first one to introduce so much stuff in rap and O.G is as good and important as the first 2 ‘Cube albums or Efil4zaggin.

    Ice Cube is probably the better rapper as he has a bigger catalogue and is still capable of moments of brilliance today (Gangsta Rap Made Me Do It, 80’s Babies with WC from last year) but Ice T will always be the man.

  5. Reply End Level Boss March 26, 2008 19:46 pm

    “While we’re at it, which Ice was better?”
    Cue Harry Hill…
    “There’s only one way to find out. FIGHT!”

  6. Reply Una Stubbs March 27, 2008 06:52 am

    Ice T ghostwrote rhymes for Mr T…

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