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Ice Spice says she always keeps a spare pair of pink panties and a box cutter in her handbag

Barnaby Lane   

Ice Spice says she always keeps a spare pair of pink panties and a box cutter in her handbag
  • Ice Spice has revealed the two items she always keeps on her in case of emergencies.
  • "I always keep a panty on me," the "Gangsta Boo" rapper said.

Ice Spice has revealed the two items she always keeps on her in case of emergencies — a spare pair of panties and a box cutter.

"I always keep a panty on me," the "Gangsta Boo" rapper told British Vogue's "In the Bag" YouTube series in a video published on Tuesday.

"The baddies that get it, get it," she added. "All my panties are pink. I always keep a panty because like, you just be having to change your panties, you know what I'm saying?"

Ice calls the knife she always keeps in her bag her "pokey."

"Y'all know I gotta keep the pokey on me," she said. "It's like what you use to open boxes. I'm from New York, so we got a lot of boxes to open over there."

Given her love for the color pink, it's fitting that Ice, 23, featured on the soundtrack to Greta Gerwig's "Barbie" movie, which broke a number of box office records in its opening weekend.

Ice teamed up with Nicki Minaj for "Barbie World" — a rap revamp of Aqua's 1997 hit "Barbie Girl."

The duet, released on June 23, peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100, making it Ice's third consecutive top 10 hit on the chart following "Boy's a Liar Pt. 2" with PinkPantheress and her other duet with Minaj, "Princess Diana."

Despite the commercial success of "Barbie World," Insider's Callie Ahlgrim ranked it as the sixth best song on the 17-track "Barbie" album.

Ahlgrim gave the No. 1 spot to Billie Eillish's "What Was I Made For?"

"Just when you think you can't get any more emotional over a Barbie doll, Billie Eilish's angelic voice descends in the third act to remind you that humankind was set adrift in a fantastic, grotesque world and you will probably spend your entire life searching for meaning and then you will die. And somehow, that's the whole point," she wrote of Eillish's song.


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