In promoting his upcoming film Barbershop: The Next Cut, rapper Ice Cube was asked about Georgia's controversial “religious freedom” bill, which critics say would allow businesses to discriminate against the LGBT community.

Last week, lawmakers approved House Bill 757 after replacing direct references to same-sex marriages with allowing religious groups to deny services “that violate such faith-based organization's sincerely held religious beliefs.”

(Related: Georgia lawmakers okay anti-gay bill.)

While Governor Nathan Deal, a Republican, has criticized the measure, he has yet to say whether he'll veto it.

Speaking with Atlanta CBS affiliate WGCL-TV, Ice Cube was asked to weigh in on the bill.

“You know, I think any kind of discrimination in America, or anywhere in the world, is just an old, antiquated practice,” he answered. “It's really all about inclusion in this new world. And I just think they're on the wrong side of history.”