Ice Cube Attacks Gang Violence + War In Hard-hitting New Video

Rapper ICE CUBE's hard-hitting new video features images of the innocents killed in gang violence.
The promo for Why Me? begins with tearful recollections from those who have lost loved ones to street shootings in Los Angeles.
The video then features the outspoken rap star walking through a desert picking up photographs of those slain just because they were in the wrong place at the wrong time.
The anti-war promo also features footage from refugee camps in Darfur, Sudan and warzones in the Middle East.
Ice Cube ends the song with the line "(This is) dedicated to all the (people) that's dead and don't know why, who wanna look at the one that shot 'em and ask these questions. 'Why me, homie?'"


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