Fuck you!During the segment, Ingraham mocked the "creative" song and wondered if it was in response to the low black unemployment under President Trump (the song was actually released before Trump took office). Then Laura asked, "So... the chorus it goes on and on". Her comments following the late great Hip-Hop artist Nipsey Hussle passing and African Americans. More than 17,000 people have signed the petition.
Los Angeles-based rapper The Game helped start the move with an Instagram post on Sunday, warning Fox News to either dismiss Ingraham, whom he referred to with an offensive word for women, "or you will lose millions of viewers one person at a time until it drastically effects your ratings".
The rapper continues to explain that "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".
You know, there's some things that you just don't do.
Disrespecting the deceased is not news! "EVEN IN DEATH! So let that sizzle in ya lil hateful, demonic spirits", Tip wrote before logging off.
The Game is clearly infuriated by the level of disrespect, during such a sensitive when Nipsey passed away from being shot and killed, just a few weeks ago.
Ingraham's tactless coverage of the late rapper enraged Twitter.
Hussle was gunned down March 31 in Los Angeles outside a clothing store he owned. The next month, she said that Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg "whines" about his college applications being rejected, which started a swift boycott from advertisers. As a result, he issued a call to action to his followers and supporters that resulted in at least 10 of Ingraham's sponsors pulling their advertisements from the show.
Some prominent music figures were not cool with Ingraham's commentary on Hussle's memorial and took to social media to express their frustration and desire to get Ingraham axed from Fox or TV, period.