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Ice-T's NSFW Response To A Troll Who Questioned His Street Creds Has Folks Cackling

It was a jaw-dropping moment for those who witnessed the comeback.

Ice-T came back with an adult-rated response when a troll on Twitter made the mistake of firing shots at the rapper.

"You used to be hard, what happened?" the Twitter used asked, responding to the artist who shared an article about Rudy Giuliani being searched by federal investigators.

Ice-T then broke Twitter with his response.

"I came.... Just give me a few mins," he wrote.


It was a jaw-dropping moment for those who witnessed the comeback.



Some fans found his response hilarious.



Those who were drinking while reading the comment were clearly unable to keep their beverage in their mouth.



Others were just left speechless.



Of course Ice-T has a well-established reputation for epic comebacks on social media. But the latest victim may have been unaware.



Especially when it comes to ignorance and hatred, the legendary musician has proven that he doesn't have any tolerance.



While trolls today criticize Ice-T for being too soft, the rapper considers himself to be an artist who comes from a generation of real "gangster rappers." In an interview with Soren Baker, who authored The History of Gangster Rap, the Los Angeles native said 50 Cent was the last gangster rapper.

"He basically embodied that image; that, ‘I don’t give a f**k,'” the 63-year-old said, according to Revolt. “50 Cent had you really believing you didn’t wanna f**k with him. I heard 50 Cent when he was beefing with Fat Joe and he was like, ‘Fat Joe, I’m right down the street. It’s real hard to find a n***a when you know he got a gun, ain’t it?’ I’m like, ‘Okay!’”

Ice-T also mentioned Bobby Shmurda as another one of the last gangster rappers. When it comes to today's rappers, Ice-T sees a much softer generation.

“I think now, the new trap rappers, you know, they’ve convinced me they can get high, they’ve convinced me maybe that they can sell a little drugs, but they don’t scare me," he said. "I think a real gangsta rapper has to scare you a little bit. I don’t think there’s no new people that do it.”

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