The World calls for firing of Fox News' Laura Ingraham after Nipsey Hussle segment


Fox News' Laura Ingraham is getting heat for her rude and insensitive comments regarding Nipsey Hussle following a memorial service for the slain rapper, which took place on Thursday in Los Angeles.

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Fox News' Laura Ingraham is getting heat for her comments regarding Nipsey Hussle following a memorial service for the slain rapper, which took place on Thursday in Los Angeles.

On Friday's episode of "The Ingraham Angle," the host mentioned how "thousands lined the streets to say goodbye to rapper Nipsey Hussle."

"Now this dear artist recently released a song called ‘FDT’ – F Donald Trump," Ingraham said during her evening newscast. She then proceeded to play a portion of the music video on air.

Although the 2016 song does feature the late "The Marathon Continues" artist, it actually belongs to Compton rapper YG. While discussing Hussle, the segment showed a clip from the "FDT" music video where only YG appeared onscreen.

 

"Now that’s a very creative refrain," Ingraham sarcastically remarked of the song to which her guest, journalist Raymond Arroyo, replied: "Very catchy."

The two chuckled as they continued to analyze the song.

"So … the chorus it goes on and on. Is that related to the lowest unemployment ever basically for African Americans?" Ingraham asked.

Angela Morabito@AngelaLMorabito
 

Here's Laura Ingraham mocking a murder victim, just hours after he was laid to rest, because he opposed Trump 3 years ago. (Also, the man rapping in that video is YG, a person who is not Nipsey Hussle.) For shame.

 
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Several prominent music figures were not pleased with how the conservative commentator discussed Hussle's memorial.

The Game, a close friend of the late rapper, took to social media to call for the Fox News host's firing.

More: Thousands line LA streets for final goodbye to Nipsey Hussle

"So lemme tell you what’s going to happen here.... @foxnews fires this disrespectful (expletive) by tomorrow," the "Jesus Piece" artist wrote on Instagram Sunday. "We are NO LONGER laying quiet while you continuously disrespect our brother, culture African Americans as a whole. I will use my platform call on my peers to do the same."

Long Beach rapper Snoop Dogg, who spoke at Hussle's memorial, chimed in, commenting: "I'm in."

T.I. also called out Fox News and Ingraham.