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Ice Cube Responds To Eric Trump’s photo, “N**** please…”

Ice Cube has responded to a clearly edited photo shared by Eric Trump showing himself and 50 Cent wearing Trump hats, despite such a headwear moment never having actually occurred.

Cube quoted the tweet in question on Tuesday, adding only “N**** please…” as commentary. Shortly after Cube’s response, the tweet—which was flagged by Twitter with a “manipulated media” warning—was removed.

And while the photo Trump tweeted out and captioned with “two great, courageous Americans” (alongside a pair of American flag emoji) was indeed clearly the product of editing, below you can find a side-by-side comparison of the fake and the real for sheer posterity’s sake:

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