Tom Green Defends Hip Hop On O’Reilly Factor

Tom Green was a guest on the O’Reilly Factor and defended hip hop music after Bill O’Reilly blasted . Green said, “You know, I mean, I — like I said, I watch your show all the time, Bill, and I think maybe you sort of don’t fully understand rap music, and I’m not the exact, you know, hip-hop authority of America. I don’t know everything about rap music. I’ve probably listened to more of it than you have. But I think that it’s — it’s — basically, you have to look at rap music like a movie, OK? This is — has satire in his lyrics, parody in his lyrics. I mean he’s made fun of me in one of his songs, and I think — which is, you know, a pretty easy target, to be honest with you. But, you know, I don’t really see that you can get any more riled up about rap music than you can about a movie. You know, there’s people getting killed in “The Godfather,” in, you know, movies all the time.”

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One thought on “Tom Green Defends Hip Hop On O’Reilly Factor

  1. john says:

    Wow, Tom Green interviewed as a credible representative of the hip-hop industry, well that settles it, Bill O’Reilly has the worst “news” show on television.

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