10 Celebrities Addicted To Video Games
Former rapper and TV star (SVU), Ice-T is big on video gaming, pointing out that video games and hip-hop broke out at the same time. He grew up with early systems such as Atari and Segas and in his musical days spent long hours on tour buses playing games.
And he is proud that he had the first version of Mortal Kombat and NBA Jam. He and Snoop play online together and like so many other stars Ice-T says he is a huge Call of Duty fan.
Sources: gameinformer.com, joystiq.com, business.financialpost.com