News: Young Jeezy Responds to O'Reilly's Criticism

Tuesday, Jan 27, 2009 1:10PM

Written by Danica Dow

Young Jeezy has responded to Fox News host Bill O'Reilly's recent criticism of his pro-Barack Obama performance of "My President Is Black" in Washington DC. 

In response to Bill O'Reilly's recent criticism, Young Jeezy has said that he will gladly face off against the TV host on "The O'Reilly Factor."

"Damn right! I ain't never ran, nah mean?" Jeezy told XXLMag.com. "At the end of the day, you're dealing with cats who think that we as young black men don't know what it is we do. We entrepreneurs, we came from nothing. If you gotta mispronounce my name to try to be funny and you got a Harvard or whatever education you got, then you're really showing how ignorant you are." (XXLMag.com)

On a recent episode of his controverial show "O'Reilly Factor" Bill O'Reilly attacked Young Jeezy and Jay-Z for using profanity and dissing former President Bush during a performance.

"I don't know much about Young Jeezy, it is possible he will appear on "The Factor" soon...I guess they didn't get the memo about bringing the country together. I don't think Barack Obama would approve of [the performance]. I think it was low class." (Youtube)

During the show, Jeezy introduced his popular song, "My President is Black" with this rant.

"I wanna thank two people," Jeezy told the crowd. "I wanna thank the motherf*ckers overseas that threw two shoes at George Bush. And I want to thank -- the motherf*ckers who helped them move their sh*t up out of the White House. Keep it moving b*tch because my president is motherf*cking black." (Please Don't Stare)

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