VIDEO: Ice Cube Explains What 'N.W.A.' Does NOT Stand For on TONIGHT SHOW!
On last night's TONIGHT SHOW, Jimmy and guest Ice Cube cleared up a few things that the letters "N.W.A." do NOT stand for. Later, Ice Cube reveals the satisfying way he let out some aggression toward his label when he was in N.W.A. and chats about his son playing him in the biopic Straight Outta Compton. Watch all the clips below!
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