Laura Ingraham Gets Slammed For Mocking Nipsey Hussle During His Funeral -- The Game And Michael Rapaport Destroy Her In New Videos
As the collective Internet was tearing Laura Ingraham into shred for laughing and mocking Nipsey Hussle while talking about his funeral; The Game and Michael Rapaport have decided to jump in the fight with some harsh words of his own.
Known for being controversial and making outrageous comments about the black community and former President Barack Obama; Ingraham decided to ignore all the good that the late rapper did for his neighborhood and instead focused on the fact that Hussle had a song called "F*ck Donald Trump."
The Fox host giggled relentlessly during a segment covering his memorial service at the Staples Center.
The TV host said: “Yesterday in L.A., 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 omitted the fact that the song also asked young people to go vote in 2020. Ingraham slammed the song and poked fun at Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan who attended the funeral.
A petition has been launched to fire Ingraham, and Rapaport destroyed her in a new Instagram video.
One person said this about the story: "Both of them should be fired! Who jokes about someone’s death when they don’t even have the right artist! Fox News has always been racist though. They are pro-white. It’s sad, this world we live in."
Another Instagrammer wrote: "Sickening. They knew exactly what they were doing but despite them trying to put him down, Nip’s spirit and the message will continue to rock this earth, and everyone WILL know what he stood for. Brother, not only she came for the homie; she went for all of us when she joked about African Americans unemployment rate is “low”? If they don’t fire her, imma fire on her 🤷🏾♀️"
This fan of Lauren London's life partner shared: "She is no different than the journalist reporting on a death and using a mugshot for the photo. They always try to diminish a black person character by bringing up irrelevant points."
One follower opted to defend her by saying: "Damn all of you need a life. That’s her opinion. So what? You don’t like it, then don’t listen. Simple. All of you can’t silence everybody!"
This fifth commenter wrote: "So that was her passive aggressive introduction to her story on an artist who passed away too soon? Of all the good that I've read about him, why couldn't they report that? And this isn't even 'scandalous' or a story, but an opinion ... about a song that's not his. Glad she showed her ability to dip deep."
The Nipsey army will always have his back against critics like Ingraham.