Ice-T advised the public to stay safe amid rising COVID-19 cases via Twitter.

The "Power" musician shared that five of his friends contracted the virus, and two are hospitalized.

Ice-T sympathized with fans, acknowledging they have had a long run with the pandemic.

The TV personality noted the virus is not gone and advised people to stay safe.

Ice-T spoke up on the tragic death of Young Dolph owing to a shootout.

The rapper tweeted that the rap industry was more dangerous than drug dealing.

Fans called Young Dolph's passing a senseless act of violence and sympathized over his death.

Ice-T supports his wife Coco's decision to breastfeed their 5-year-old daughter Chanel occasionally.


The actor tweeted that he also breastfeeds from Coco and told haters to stop being jealous.