Ice Cube Says Developing Big3 League Was Harder Than Rap & Acting Careers

Written by on July 26, 2021

He has had his hand in all aspects of the leisure trade, however Ice Dice’s basketball league Big3 has given him essentially the most problem. The Rap mogul has dabbled in only a little bit of the whole lot from producing to directing to starring in blockbuster movies to nabbing the No. 1 spot on the charts to touring the world. But, when Dice and Jeff Kwatinetz introduced in 2017 that they have been launching a 3-on-Three league that includes former NBA and worldwide basketball gamers, some individuals gave them a side-eye.

The Big3 league has been gaining traction in its first few years, and Bossip lately caught up with Dice and requested him the place the league ranked within the listing of his profession accomplishments. “This the most important factor ever…and the toughest,” he mentioned.

Ice Cube, Dr. Dre
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“Doing music, I grew up with Dr. Dre dwelling down the road from me, so, you realize. Not saying that was straightforward however I used to be able to actually be proper there,” he continued. Then, he talked about why performing wasn’t as powerful, both.

“In motion pictures, John Singleton noticed me someday and mentioned, ‘Hey, I wanna put you in a film.’ So, that profession took off, you realize, with being found like that. That is one thing we needed to conceive from scratch with all type of individuals telling us that we was loopy, what are y’all doing, you rap what are you doin’ in sports activities, you do motion pictures and now you doin’ basketball.”

“So, we needed to push this rock uphill. This has been the toughest factor I’ve ever finished in my life.” He added that the problem is what makes all of it worthwhile and “enjoyable,” and mentioned it can really feel “satisfying” as soon as he “will get this league the place it is imagined to be.” Try the clip beneath.


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