Ice Cube savagely claps back at Elon Musk after the billionaire shared meme about the rapper
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Elon Musk is no stranger to sharing memes on the social media platform he owns.
For someone who runs Twitter, SpaceX, Tesla, juggles 11 children and all his other interests, he sure does spend a lot of time on X.
One of his most recent forays into humor has been sharing a meme about Ice Cube.
It's fairly simple: it shows the rapper on the left hand side and a picture of a glass of water on the right.
The caption says 'Remember Ice Cube? This is him now' implying the rapper has melted.
The tweet has been view more than 44 million times, and loads of people shared their own reply memes featuring other rappers.
However, Ice Cube decided to wade into the chat and clapped back with a savage dig at the tech billionaire.
He shared a similarly simple meme showing Twitter's logo on the left and then a dumpster on fire on the right.
It had a caption that stated: "Remember Twitter? This is it now, feel stupid yet?"
People were floored by the savagery and called for Elon to go to hospital for treatment for that devastating burn.
"Cube 1, Elon 0," wrote one fan.
Another added: "Damn, cooked."
A third said: "Elon can do a lot but he can't diss the man who did 'No Vaseline'."
Funnily enough, Ice Cube recently claimed that 'No Vaseline' is the best ever diss track ever and 'it's not even close'.
The diss track is all about N.W.A and his former bandmates Eazy-E, Dr. Dre, MC Ren, DJ Yella.
In the song, those ex-collagues and their manager, Jerry Heller appear as antagonists.
During an appearance on the Earn Your Leisure podcast, Cube hinted to hosts Rashad Bilal and Troy Millings that his diss track was the best the world has ever seen.
Cube was asked to clarify if he thought 'No Vaseline' was the best in his opinion, to which he replied: "And it's not even close."
He went on to add that he thinks it is the best diss track as it 'took out' four rappers and their manager - referring to his former colleagues.
"Can't beat that," Cube added before the show's host pointed out that 'Ether' - a diss song by the rapper Nat - managed to take out an entire record label.
But Cube swiftly replied: "I broke up a group! That was kind of the beginning of the end for Ruthless."