O’Reilly Continues Rap Attack, Says Em ‘Not Violent Enough’ For Blacks
Niger Innis of the Congress of Racial Equality was on the O’Reilly Factor on Tuesday to discuss the rap music. They previewed the show saying: “Their lyrics and music are filthy, vile and profane. Which big corporations use the most loathsome rappers to make lots of money off your kids?” Niger listed the five most dangerous rappers, including Sean ‘P. Diddy’ Combs, Snoop Dogg, 50 Cent, and topping the list was Eminem and Ludacris. Bill O’Reilly said that blacks didn’t respect Em much because “he isn’t violent enough.” Bill also added that Eminem didn’t get respect because he “only beats up women and his pregnant girlfriend.” Innis then went on to compare rap music to minstrel music, but said it was worse, because at least blacks saw through the racial stereotypes of minstrel music.