Rapper Ice Cube has never been a fan of President Donald Trump — but he’s now taking things to a whole new level.
The musician (shown above left) took to his Twitter account on Tuesday to tease a new song titled, “Arrest the President.”
He also urged his fans to vote in the midterms in the post.
“Cuffs are ready … Get out there and vote. #ArrestthePresident dropping this Friday,” he wrote with the video tease for the song.
The video contained photos related to the Russian collusion investigation. It also included footage from Trump rallies and a Make America Great Again hat burning, among other things.
“Arrest the president. You got the evidence. That n**** is Russian intelligence,” Cube raps in the song.
The singer’s upcoming song is part of his album “Everything’s Corrupt,” which will drop in December. Considering the tease and the title of the album, it’s safe to say Cube’s latest musical work will be incredibly political and anti-Trump.
The 49-rear-old rapper is not the only celebrity going the extra mile to try to get people to vote against Republicans and Trump in the midterms.
Comedian Dave Chappelle personally has been calling Maryland residents in an effort to get support for the Democratic nominee for governor, Ben Jealous.
Comedic actor Will Ferrell and media mogul Oprah Winfrey both went door-to-door in Georgia to try to convince people to vote for Stacey Abrams, the state’s Democratic nominee for governor.
Comedian Chelsea Handler was one of many to strip down in the name of supporting Democrats.
Musicians Moby and Barbra Streisand both have mentioned moving out of the country if Democrats do not have a major victory in the midterms.
The controversial actress Jane Fonda also said the 2018 midterms are the most important elections in her lifetime.
Ice Cube has become known in recent years more for his film acting and producing than his music. He has starred in such hits as “21 Jump Street,” “Ride Along,” “Barbershop: The Next Cut,” and “Are We There Yet?”
He also produced “Straight Outta Compton,” the hit film that told the story of Cube’s first rap group, N.W.A.
Ice Cube is a talented rapper, so it’s sad to see that this is where he’s taking his abilities. He’s essentially creating lame anthems for the Trump movement. Seriously, who will enjoy this album beyond those suffering from a serious case of Trump Derangement Syndrome?
Check out the video below: