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Ice Cube is a victim of a scam

Ice Cube is a victim of a scam

Ice Cube says he lost a $9-million movie deal after refusing to get COVID-19 vaccine for himself. But he says he will get one for you. Is he right? And can the government pressure him to get one?

The question we’ll be asking is whether Ice Cube is making a lot of sense. He’s the CEO of the largest video-game company in China, which is worth a cool $10 billion. He plays basketball in China, where millions of people have watched him play basketball. Then, along with every other American who has had a chance to see him play basketball, he refused to get a vaccine for COVID-19, which has spread to almost every major city in America.

That refusal cost him a $9-million movie deal. “I wasn’t playing basketball that week,” he told The New York Times about the movie deal, “and when I got back, my dad was like, ‘You lied to me! You didn’t tell me you were going for the vaccine!’”

He said he went to the vaccine maker because he thought there might be a political agenda behind getting the vaccine.

“They are trying to make money off of a disease, because they are doing what they are supposed to do,” he said. “If there is a vaccine that can save 10 million people, you can probably save all 10 million people. Why make a whole vaccine if you can make just one.”

Ice Cube declined to comment about his COVID-19 resistance to vaccine maker Merck’s offer to do a test using vaccines the company was making off its own development, which was, at the time, still in development. Merck did not respond to a request for comment.

The idea that Ice Cube is a victim of a scam seems reasonable. After all, he’s been the victim of one, losing a $9-million movie deal for refusing to get a vaccine to save his life. But there’s something else there.

Cube is not a victim.

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