Rapper Ice Cube said he doesn't like any of the five presidential candidates, including Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, who have been more intentional about pursuing African-American voters than their Republican counterparts.

The former NWA member was interviewed by Bloomberg's John Heilemann on Tuesday to talk about his recent induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as well as his political leanings in this election year.

Ice Cube defended Black Lives Matter protesters who have demonstrated at Democratic candidates' rallies as well as Republicans' events.

"For some reason, the Democrats feel they're exempt from these protests like 'we're Democrats, why are you talking to us like this, go talk to the Republicans,'" Ice Cube said. "No, no. Everybody's a little guilty of turning their back or passing bad legislation and everyone should be called out on it."

The California music mogul even blamed the former secretary of state, saying she "helped create [this problem] in a way."

Ice Cube didn't go any easier on Sanders either.

"To me, it's like he's been in there [Congress] 30 years and you know, what have you done? You been up in there. What are you gonna do different from outside Congress? All of 'em to me have work to do to get my vote," he said.

While Ice Cube criticized GOP front-runner Donald Trump's comments in 2012 that President Obama was born in Kenya and not the U.S., he praised the Manhattan billionaire for who he is as a person. He also said Trump is too rich to understand what average Americans need from the government.

"Donald Trump is what Americans love. Donald Trump is what Americans aspire to be: rich, powerful. Do what you wanna do, say what you wanna say, be what you wanna be," Ice Cube said.