We here at Shacknews recently concluded our E4 celebration. With E3 being cancelled, we wanted to find a way to still provide our viewers with the high-quality and personal content that they expect from our coverage of the event. As a part of the E4 festivities, rapper, actor, and gamer ICE-T joined us live to play games and chat. After the session, ICE-T stuck around for an interview, where he spoke on a myriad of topics.
During the stream, ICE-T joined us for some Borderlands 3, Gears of War 3, and The Division 2. The gameplay session lasted for roughly three hours and can be found here. Afterwards, we interviewed ICE-T and asked him questions from the audience. The crew had a good deal of fun playing together, so we asked ICE-T if he’d ever consider starting his own Twitch channel. “Probably not.” ICE replied, quickly followed by a burst of laughter. While he enjoys playing games, ICE-T recognizes the amount of work and effort that goes into being a streamer. He’s already a busy guy, so it’s understandable that he wouldn’t want to turn his relaxing time into another job.
Ironically, we probably would have never done E4 and streamed with ICE-T if it wasn’t for E3 getting cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. As the stream wrapped up, we asked ICE for his thoughts on the virus and how it’s affected American society. “Your biggest mistake is thinking it’s fake.” ICE-T urges viewers to take the pandemic seriously, and speaks about how it’s impacted him personally.
ICE-T also chimes in on the discussion surrounding the Black Lives Matter movement and backlash against police brutality. “This is an uprising against injustice.” If you follow ICE on his Twitter account, you know he’s not shy with his opinions. This is just a small portion of the full interview with ICE-T. Subscribe to the Shacknews YouTube channel for more exclusive interviews.
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This was a great little interview at the end.
Really liked this interview!
I just stumbled upon this old Conan In The Year 2000 bit where ICE T is mentioned:
I won't ruin the bit.
As someone who's listened to T since his first album, was a great interview. Seems like a great dude.
I love ICE T more and more every damn day. It's a trip he's lurking around me in Arizona lol