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The rapper was amazed that his tweet even made the headlines, saying that media should focus on real issues instead of his opinion about the man who committed suicide on Monday.
The rapper reveals in his memoir that it took him getting caught by a group of fans while trying to steal a convertible roof to realize that he was too famous to continue with his criminal way.
19-year-old Ice Marrow, Jr. was booked into a police station in Van Nuys before released later on $5,000 bail.
The Newark native rapper has been cleared from unlicensed-driving charges following his arrest on July 20, stating 'I knew I didn't do anything wrong.'
The rapper claims his driving license was not suspended and wants to sue either the DMV or the insurance company for the wrong allegations.
Finding himself away from feature films for a long time, the rapper turns actor says he's comfortable doing TV jobs.
The rapper who ironically plays law enforcer on 'Law & Order: SVU' was pulled over for not wearing seatbelts and later accused the on-duty officer for lying about his license.
Ice-T is adamant he has not broken any rules and is convinced authorities have it all wrong because his license from his native New Jersey is clean.
The rapper was fuming about the incident, tweeting 'Some punk b**ch rookie cop named Fisher #10026 Made the arrest of his bulls**t career today.'
Following her tweet in which she criticizes Ice-T's acting in 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit', Aimee Mann is blasted by the rapper which then leads her into writing an apology to him.