Fellow rap veteran B-Real, of Cypress Hill, recently shared his reaction to Ice Cube's rant on the new generation of rappers and how he feels he doesn't owe them anything. B-Real in a way understands where Ice Cube is coming from. "Well you know, our beef with Cube was different than what he's going through with these young artists right now," B-Real reasoned in an interview. "He's gotta point man, he don't owe anybody nothing. That's just the reality of it. He doesn't owe them nothing. At the same time, you know, [laughs] it's like, these guys ain't getting no love from the radio, they ain't getting love from nobody. But once and a while we gotta show these guys some love. These are the next generation of dudes so we have to support them. But as far as what's going on with that, he don't owe nobody s**t man. He didn't get no hand outs. He had to grind for everything. He had to work for everything he has. From the time he was with NWA to when he left. He had to grind out after that. He did that. It wasn't like somebody was like 'Hey Cube, here's your spot, go do your thing.' You know so, I think that's a feeling that he's entitled to."
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