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Gangsta rapper Ice Cube boasts he’s a lord after being given a tiny plot of land next to a castle in Scotland

GANGSTA rapper Ice Cube is a lord after being given a tiny plot of land next to a castle in Scotland.

He boasts about his new title — in comedy character Rab C. Nesbitt’s homeland — on a Facebook video.

Ice Cube, 51, describes himself as “the West Coast War Lord from Los Angeles, California”.

The former N.W.A star and actor says: “Did you know your homeboy is a real lord? Yeah that’s right, a real lord. Somebody bought me a piece of land in Scotland. Makes me a real lord, OK?”

The clip — apparently an ad for a firm that sells ceremonial titles — includes a map showing his plot near Lessendrum, Aberdeenshire.

It is near Huntly Castle, a supposedly haunted 12th-century ruin.

The rapper urged fans to become a “real lord” too by buying land from Established Titles.

The firm sells plots as small as one square foot, which supposedly entitle owners to adopt a title.

But Ice Cube, real name O’Shea Jackson, could be on shaky legal ground if he tries to claim rights related to his lordship.

In 2016, the Court of the Lord Lyon, the official heraldic authority for Scotland, said titles bought online have no legal status.

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