G-Unit leader 50 Cent has decided to fight ignorance with knowledge and love by getting back at criticism from FOX News personalities Bill O’Reilly and Laura Ingraham.
Addressing O’Reilly, who invited 50 onto his show this week, the rapper said an age difference ultimately separates their opinions.
“people are so book smart its amazing they don’t have common sense. Bill o reilly’s views are representation of some one’s grand fathers,” 50 tweeted July 22nd referring to the 61 year-old.
“I don’t mean thIs in a disrespectful way but there is a huge age difference between him and the average hip hop consumer #SK”
“Anyway thanks for the invite to your show old billy bobb when we become powerful enough to change the world in conversation Ill stop by lol”
“Now I’m gonna offer a definition of a B*TCH bill O’ reilly can understand in 2004 when andrea mackris accused you of sexual harassment.”
“If it wasn’t representation of your lust and you didn’t do anything wrong. You encountered a (B*TCH) LMAO”
“Why stop by the news my tweets are national news. I get world wide coverage from my cell phone SUCKER oh I’m sorry I used the S word LMAO” (50 Cent’s Twitter)
50 then proceeded to sarcastically attack Ingraham who recently blasted NBC for featuring R&B singer Chris Brown on its “Today” show.
“Laura ingrahams I had know idea who you were on fox news after a little research. I’m impressed you seem to be very smart there no reason a good women like you isn’t married. I want to date you.,” 50 tweeted.
“Laura listen baby I don’t know if this helps me in any way but between me and you. Iv been rumored to be pretty well endowed. Lol”
“On second thought after reading your anti homosexual I should call GLAD on your A** Lol” (50 Cent’s Twitter)
Earlier in the week, O’Reilly invited Ingraham to his “O’Reilly Factor” show to discuss Chris Brown and 50 Cent.
While on the show, Ingraham, author of the new book, ‘Of Thee I Zing,’ defended her conversation about the R&B star. “We decided to take on the NBC showcasing Chris Brown…,” she said. “But I think it’s a useful conversation, especially when I’m talking about the culture and doing a cultural intervention to look at what his music represents a couple years after he beat up his girlfriend, Rihanna and if there’s redemption there, that’s great, but in the lyrics, it kind of just continues to echo this negative and deprave attitude toward women.” She also brought up 50 Cent’s defense of Brown, when he tweeted, “I just saw a clip on FOX news Hating on NBC for having chris brown on unbelievable. I’m never watching that again. He paid for his mistake #[email protected]%*# holes [sic].” (The Boom Box)
Last weekend, Ingraham cited NBC for applauding Brown despite making headlines for assaulting his ex-girlfriend/singer Rihanna in 2009.
However, the success of the gig failed to impress FOX News. On the same day, its host Laura Ingraham accused NBC for “rewarding bad behavior.” She said, “You may remember the singer Chris Brown, he pleaded guilty to beating his then girlfriend Rihanna back in 2009. Sane Americans were disgusted by his bad behavior but that did not stop him from getting top billing this morning on the ‘Today’ show.” (Ace Showbiz)
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