May 14, 2011




NEW YORK (AP) - Bill O'Reilly wants to rap with Jon Stewart.

The host of Fox News Channel's "The O'Reilly Factor" has invited the host of Comedy Central's "The Daily Show" as a guest Monday. Fox News said Friday that O'Reilly and Stewart will debate the invitation for Grammy Award-winning rapper Common to perform at a White House poetry night this week.

O'Reilly has criticized Common's presence at Wednesday's event. He says some of Common's lyrics celebrate violence.

Common is known for socially and politically conscious rhymes. He was on his best behavior at the White House. He took the criticism in stride and tweeted, "Fox News doesn't like me." He added on Facebook, "Peace yall!"

Stewart let loose with an anti-Fox News Channel rap on his show.

The O'Reilly-Stewart faceoff airs Monday.

Copyright 2011 The Associated Press


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2 comments:

  1. Sarah Palin was so successful as a governor (The Bitter Quitter), she graduated early, she real is a “Dan Quayle” in heels. She clearly loves “dishing it out” but real can’t take it because she loves playing the victim card. Poor thing she fail as a VP candidate (her lie that her daughter was engaged was such a farce), her stand-up comic fiasco on the Jay Leno Show, please, her TV show canceled after declining rating, I guess running for Prez is the only thing she can look forward to, but since she is a coward she will only throw small minded rocks, poor thing.

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  2. Why do we as black people get so distracted by limelights and power? An impossibly rich man goes to visit another impossibly rich man, and the media goes wild. Relax, people. They will still outearn us tomorrow...

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