Ice Cube Says There Was No Particular "Good Day"

Ice Cube ends the debate about his good day in South Central.

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Everyone who had a perfect day tried to figure out why Ice Cube’s was so much better. The iconic single from The Predator chronicled Cube’s good fortune from the Lakers beating the Supersonics to reading “Ice Cube’s a Pimp” on a blimp. There have been theories through research on exactly when Cube had his good day, which the days January 20, 1992 and November 30, 1988 have been debated.

Now, in a recent interview with Moviefone, Cube has decided to end the discussion.

The original research shows that it's Jan 20, 1992. Someone else thinks it's Nov 30, 1988.

"I think I had a good day on both of those days. You know."

Is this your Carly Simon, "You're So Vain," song? That you'll never admit when it was? Then you'll auction the answer off some day to one guy who, under contract, can't reveal the day?

"Nah. You know—it's a song. It's a fictional song. It's basically my interpretation of what a great day would be. Do you know what I'm saying? So, you know, it's a little of this and a little of that. I don't think you can pinpoint the day."

So you're saying it's a collection of good things from multiple days?

"It could have been all of those days."

So it's a conglomerate of your perfect day?


[via Moviefone]

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