News: Snoop Dogg Tells Bill O'Reilly To Fall Back, "I Got Friends Like 50 Cent & Eminem"

Sunday, Oct 4, 2009 12:32PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Snoop Dogg recently updated fans on his issues with controversial television host Bill O'Reilly and said associates including 50 Cent and Eminem have his back.

According to Snoop, O'Reilly is "scared" of the West Coast rap veteran.

"I went so motherf*cking hard on that n*gga he scared of me," Snoop said in an interview. "He don't wanna see me on a battle on T.V. with conversation and cameras and he d*mn sure don't wanna see me in the hood, n*gga -- he left me the f*ck alone. And I got friends like 50 Cent and Eminem, you know, so I got powerful friends who can get at his motherf*cking a** without him even knowing it. They can do that." (Shade 45)

Snoop is known for airing out O'Reilly in past interviews.

"F*ck Bill O'Reilly," Snoop said in an interview last year. "I would love to go on his show, but we'd have to do it in my neighborhood, in the ghetto. Yeah, so I can kick his motherf*cking a** when the show is over." (Radio Planet)

The Fox host previously called out Snoop for wearing a Barack Obama tee-shirt and placing a blunt to the president's mouth.

Featured in O'Reilly's "Pinheads and Patriots," the host addressed Snoop's video footage. "On the pinhead front, I think it's time to put rapper Snoop Dogg in the 'Pinhead Hall of Fame,' he said. "Hopefully the president will deport the man...soon." ("The O'Reilly Factor")

Bad Boy producer Deric "D Dot" Angelettie recently discussed his views on O'Reilly and justified his rants against hip-hop.

"I love it [when he talks hip-hop]," Dot explained in an interview. "We need that. We need more Bill O'Reilly's because all that's gonna provide is more answers and more solutions. We ain't always right in hip-hop, I ain't sitting up here saying that hip-hop and rappers, everything we say is law and is actual factual. All I'm saying is that it's an opinion and it has fact in it. And sometimes there's fact with a little opinion. So I can't knock Bill O'Reilly, that's his opinion, go for it, go for yours. And that's also publicity for him. Hip-Hop is generating a lot of money so why wouldn't he attack it? He's a smart white man, why wouldn't he do that? Attack what's hot. Why would he go attack country, rock? Or country music? Why? For what? (RockMe TV)

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