The long-delayed episode
, titled "Unstoppable," stars Gary Cole as a larger-than-life businessman and presidential candidate whose campaign is marred by several allegations of sexual harassment and assault.
According to star Ice-T, who plays Detective Fin Tutuloa
on the hit NBC cop drama, the controversial episode "wasn't one of our best shows."
Speaking with Vanity Fair
recently, the 59-year-old actor admitted, "I don’t even think it's worth showing."
"Law & Order wants to be close, but not too close," Ice-T explained.
However, the rapper said he doesn't really care one way or another about whether or not the episode ever sees the light of day.
"They paid me for it," Ice-T said. "I don't give a f**k, really. I got my money!"
Since fans might not ever get a chance to see the episode -- and because he already got his money -- Ice-T had no qualms about spoiling the whole story.
"There was this guy who was running for president—he was very Trump-ish, and girls were coming out of the woodwork saying he was raping them," he recalled, adding that as investigators got closer and closer, "it comes out that he was innocent."
"He didn’t do it. So we’ve got to apologize, and he’s still doing his thing, talking his s**t," he continued. "And it turns out that his campaign advisor, who was his best friend, was booby-trapping him because he knew he would be terrible for America!"
In January, Law & Order: SVU
creator Dick Wolf addressed the controversial episode at the NBC’s Television Critics Association press tour, where he admitted that he doesn't know when the episode will air,
adding, "I suspect it will be this spring, but I don't know." For more on the long-delayed episode, check out the video below.