Rappers Ice T and 2 Chainz tweet photo clowning around with guns, one pointed at head

Me and fin

The gentleman on the left recklessly pointing a gun at his head is vulgar rapper 2 Chainz. The gentleman on the right is rapper Ice T, a.k.a. Detective Odafin “Fin” Tutuola from the TV drama “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.”

2 Chainz explained that it was just all part of his working day of fun, games, and entertainment:

Ice T (who earned some praise from conservatives for his defense of the Second Amendment earlier this year) tweeted the gun play photo, too:

Many fans were not impressed, however, with the clowning around:

Paging Hollywood hypocrites who rail about America’s unconscionable gun culture.

Oh, wait. Violent rappers glamorizing the thug life are immune from liberals’ “root-cause” scrutiny and blame.

Nothing to see here, move along …



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  • Saar

    Didn’t know who he was before the gun to the head, wont know him when he puts a bullet through his skull. Also Ice T pointing the gun at the camera person. Its thugs like these that give credence to progressives about gun control to other sheeple.

    • darkfall13

      At least Ice T is pro gun, unlike almost all people in entertainment and he understands the purpose of 2A. Though he could use some assistance on the discipline aspect.

      • Linda (Lou) Norris

        Ice T should then know that you don’t ever put your finger on the trigger unless you are committed to taking the shot. Bad form. And pointed at the person taking the picture no less. Ugh.

        • darkfall13

          There’s a difference in knowing what the 2nd Amendment is for and about vs trigger discipline.

          • Linda (Lou) Norris

            That is true.

        • Chase C.

          I’m like 99.7% sure that the guns are props.

          • R.C.

            Because prop guns have never killed anyone? Brandon Lee may disagree.

          • Mike W.

            Brandon Lee was actually shot with a real gun. The gun had a real bullet lodged in the barrel (squib load) and when a blank was fired, it propelled the bullet out of the barrel. It was not a prop gun. Because of that accident, I’d hope most productions only use realistic prop guns.

          • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

            I think the point is that all guns are “real” until you determine that they are not. Also, all guns are loaded until you do the same.

            Treat them that way and the risk of “unintended” consequences are greatly reduced.

          • GaryTheBrave

            Best advice. Also, blanks may not have a projectile but they do have a large enough powder charge to be deadly. I saw a demo of a blank fired at a Coke can from about a foot away. It was shredded!

          • Blake Waymire

            Technically, yes, prop guns have never killed anyone, as prop guns are, by definition, incapable of firing. They just don’t have the right guts to do it. Any firearm capable of firing is real, and that includes those film directors use to fire blanks, because those really are working firearms, just loaded with a different kind of ammunition.

          • Scooter Cobra

            Look up Jon eric hexum Killed by prop gun.

          • Blake Waymire

            Look above: he killed himself with a blank. Blanks do not have actual bullets in their shells, but are still loaded with powder and can be lethal at close-range. Oh, and to work, blanks must be hit by a firing pin (pin hits the primer, primer ignites the powder and shoots it through the barrel), and prop guns do not have firing mechanisms.

          • milootoole

            Jon Erik Hexum killed himself with a blank on the set of Cover Up in 1984. The two actors above are in a different su-ituation–the guns are props and their minds are blanks.

          • yacope

            Re: Brandon Lee who shot himself with a “blank” that wasn’t really “blank”

          • yacope

            even if props what it shows is disrespect to for a weapon. I’m sorry but if you can’t have trigger discipline at all times you have no business with guns.

      • ChelieinTX

        Ice T is the same guy who got a big hit in 1992 with his band Body Count entitled “Cop Killer”.

  • AaronHarrisinAlaska

    As a wise man once said: Get your god damned booger hook off the bang switch.

    • voodoolife

      First thing I noticed also… I like Ice T, but this is a rookie move…

    • GaryTheBrave

      At least 2 “They’re gonna put you back in” Chainz was careful enough to keep his finger on the guard. Did anyone else notice the actress who plays Olivia didn’t look too happy with him on the set?

      • http://www.facebook.com/lisa.dean.564 Lisa Dean

        I think Mariska Hargitay was trying to look all gangsta while posing for the picture. I mean, she is his new boo now. As far as Ice T – damn dude get your finger off the trigger. Don’t they teach you anything about gun safety on the set that uses guns for props.

    • mike_in_kosovo

      Amazing how often that prevents the sentence “it just went off by itself”….

    • GaryTheBrave

      That’s the best line I’ve read yet, “…booger hook off the bang switch.” Classic. I even tweeted it.

  • Maxx

    The culture of guns within the community of rappers has done more harm to young blacks than all of the sold AR-15’s in the United States but you’ll see few liberals talk about this because they don’t want to be accused of being racist, especially liberal politicians. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know Bushmasters aren’t the weapon of choice in drug wars and street gangs.

    However, you can bet your ass those conversations and opinions are being held privately. That’s the difference between the left and right. We’re not afraid to confront realities while the donkeys continue to chase inanimate objects as if guns themselves are the criminals whilst avoiding the REAL victims of handgun violence, their own base.

    • Elaine

      They will never confront all the violence in Hollywood, video games and from the rap culture. Shame, more LAWS won’t change a thing, especially since they don’t enforce the ones we have on the books now.

  • John Howard

    I can relate. I feel the urge to put a gun to my own head when I’m stuck in traffic and the car next to me is blaring rap “music” at 300 decibels.

  • http://reaganff.tumblr.com/ reaganFF

    My five-, seven- and nine-year-old kids know to treat any gun as loaded and respect it as such. This pic here is just bad form, pure and simple.

  • RedSoloCup

    Rap is Crap.

    • Guest

      I thought CRAP was Country Rap.

  • marcellucci

    Will these 2 morons accept responsibility for all of the accidental shootings caused by their “fans” mimicking them…..?
    What idiots…..

  • vcferlita

    Makes me want to play the song “Fakin'” by Lecrae.

  • MrsSpooky

    I always liked Ice-T. At LEAST he is not aiming the gun at the camera. No idea where the photog’s head was in relation to the camera, and I hope he wasn’t pointing it directly at someone. 2chainz is just NUTS! How many people are killed or seriously injured by guns that are supposedly unloaded? At least his finger is outside the trigger guard…

  • Justin 4 Liberty

    Chris Rock “Black Rapper says guns…congressional hearing”

  • MrApple

    I like ICE T but this picture is a bad idea. I agree with his stance on the 2nd Amendment but disagree with his goofy tweet photo choices. But to each his own.

  • dropkick

    Was that taken at the white house PBS bash?

  • http://corrupteruptusa.blogspot.com/ Laura StraightUp

    Ice-T is a puss-E

  • http://www.facebook.com/shawn.o.akin Shawn O. Akin

    All the money in the world can’t buy common sense…

  • yacope

    finger on the trigger Ice? I mean REALLY?…idiots

  • C. Dias

    Jon-Erik Hexum…