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‘Law & Order: SVU’ Star Ice-T Slams Donald Trump: Having a ‘Breakdown as Usual’

by Thad Mitchell
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Rapper and actor Ice-T is taking to social media to take a shot at President Donald Trump and his handling of election results.

Earlier today (Wednesday) Trump tweeted his displeasure with the election process. The president says votes for Biden are coming in key battle states.

“They are finding Biden votes all over the place-in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan,” Trump says. “So bad for our country!”

The tweet drew the ire of Ice-T who criticizes the president for having a “breakdown as usual” over election results.

The politically outspoken rapper and actors shares more tweets regarding the election on Wednesday.

“Lol….This MF is having a breakdown…As usual,” the Law and Order: SVU star writes on Twitter.

It’s not the only tweet for the politically outspoken Ice-T. He has been critical of the president’s actions since he took the White House and says in a tweet that he would prefer anyone to Trump.

“I have been on the front lines fighting racism and the BS that this MF pushes my entire life,” he writes. “And I am an Army Veteran…ANYBODY but Trump.”

The Body Count front man also tweets out a prediction if Trump loses to democratic challenger Joe Biden.

“When dude loses he’s gonna do some WILD S**T,” he says in a tweet. Trust me.”

Ice-T Talks Political Influence

Ice-T has a history of political activism, according to Pop Culture. In the early 1990s, his band put out the song “Cop Killer” as a protest against police brutality. The song would eventually be off the debut album due to public outrage.

After the 2016 election, his band’s newest album, “Bloodlust” came out. In an interview with Consequence of Sound, Ice-T talks about the election’s influence on the album.

“This album was made during the election,” he says. “During the past year or two, I’ve just noticed that if there ever was a divide in the United States, it’s become very obvious in the last couple of years, like during this whole election. We like to say the country is divided, but during the election you really saw it.”

H/T: Pop Culture