Bill O’Reilly is “a woman beater,” says rapper Killer Mike in a recent interview from Run The Jewels on DJ Whoo-Kid’s Whoolywood Shuffle.
The interview is with Run The Jewels, the hip hop duo formed by Killer Mike and El-P. The group discusses how the hip hop duo formed, signing with Nas, and Mike’s plans to attend the annual White House Correspondent’s Dinner. The interview touched on a comment the rapper made about Bill O’Reilly in the past, too.
The host, DJ Whoo Kid, recalled a previous comment rapper Killer Mike had made about Bill O’Reilly being “full of sh*t.” As the Inquisitr first reported, the hip hop star had made this comment to Bill Maher, in part because O’Reilly blamed hip hop for the decline of Christianity in America on The O’Reilly Factor. The rapper also believed O’Reilly believes most of what he says, even if it may not be true.
Bill O’Reilly shared his view during his “Talking Points” segment.
“People of faith are being marginalized by a secular media and pernicious entertainment. The Rap industry, for example, often glorifies depraved behavior, and that sinks into the minds of some young people – the group that is most likely to reject religion.”
Shortly after Bill tried to connect hip hop to the decline of Christianity in America, Gawker released some transcripts from a custody trial between Bill O’Reilly and his ex-wife, Maureen McPhilmy. The trial, from 2014, included testimony from O’Reilly and McPhilmy’s teenage daughter. She claims she saw Bill “choking her mom” as he “dragged her down some stairs” by the neck. The daughter also claims Bill told her that the former Mrs. O’Reilly is an “adulterer.”
Because of this information, Bill O’Reilly “is a woman beater” says Killer Mike. The rapper wanted to go on The O’Reilly Factor and defend hip hop and other issues on his own, but he has not been on the show.
Bill O’Reilly “is a f**king woman beater. Doesn’t listen to rap, Bill. There you go, [expletive],” Killer Mike rationalized.
You can watch the interview in which Bill O’Reilly is “a woman beater,” says Killer Mike. Be advised there is strong language throughout, and it may not be safe to view at work.
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