Bill O’Reilly On Oprah

Damn Oprah, you can have this bonehead on your show, but no Cube?

Other than a passing reference to ‘gangsta rap’ at the end of this first clip, this exchange doesn’t really have anything to do with hip hop. On the other hand it has everything to do with hip hop.

If you can bear this guy for 40 minutes, I’ve taken the liberty of creating a Youtube playlist of all 5 clips that comprise the entire episode. If not, then at least do yourself a favor and check out the airing out Letterman gives him at the beginning of the last clip. I saw it live, and it gets better everytime you see it.


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421 Responses to “Bill O’Reilly On Oprah”

  1. LL(not the rappa) Says:

    G7 Says:

    October 30th, 2006 at 8:54 pm
    i hate how flex sounds like he getting his flirt on..he got a real low,after hours-2am voice,haha

    ^Flex got his lubricant on…haha

    ^^^^^haha,that shit is annoying!!!!..why he sounding all girly and shit! extra soft for hov! he needs to stop that mess.

  2. YungDaVito Says:

    eskay, will u b able 2 post a link 2 the audio for this when it has finished?

  3. nation of moderation Says:

    smh @ the o’reilly shit being taken off of youtube

    smh @ the lox not getting the chance they deserve

    smh @ someone asking me if i sent them the clean version of DA

    smh @ this being the clean version

    rapidshare.com/files/1367972/NAS-Hip_Hop_Is_Dead__Clean_.mp3

  4. LL(not the rappa) Says:

    hov gonna freestly soon, and flex is gonna start leaking,haha

  5. LL(not the rappa) Says:

    edit-freestyle

  6. iLL Change Says:

    >> smh @ this being the clean version

    woah, hold the fuck up. that’s the clean retail of NaS new shit?

  7. YungDaVito Says:

    # iLL Change Says:
    October 30th, 2006 at 9:05 pm

    >> smh @ this being the clean version

    woah, hold the fuck up. that’s the clean retail of NaS new shit?

    The mp3 fool

  8. nation of moderation Says:

    >> that’s the clean retail of NaS new shit?

    do i look like jesus?

  9. Tijuana Felix Says:

    how does the clean get leaked..

  10. iceberg slim aka im a champion Says:

    I bet funk flex is going to ruin the jay frestyle with that annoying ass “go flex go flex”

  11. YungDaVito Says:

    *Hits the refresh button again… Still no word on the interview?

  12. EnglandRepresent Says:

    that’s the clean retail of NaS new shit?

    do i look like jesus?

    ^^LMFAO!!! Nation is sarcasm personified!!

  13. nunya business Says:

    I rather have that Bonehead instead of Cube. I know the hood shit Cube has talked about for years. O’Reilly said some things we hadn’t heard before. Hopefully people were listening, and not bitching.

  14. diplomatic Says:

    nah i like the O’reilly factor, he gets a bad rep but hes a pretty straightfoward guy

  15. CCR Says:

    these youtube feds and their deleting is pissing me the fuck off.

  16. sphinx Says:

    The problem with O’reilly and letterman is that they’re two poles of an awful debate on how to ‘stabilize’ Iraq. Don’t forget what ‘stabilize’ means to capitalists and media talking heads, it means Nicaragua in the 80s, Peru in 1973. Indeed the Shiite death squads were an attempt at ‘stability’ that simply failed. ‘Stability’ is often worse than the violence it wants to replace.

  17. French Kevin Says:

    # sphinx Says:
    October 31st, 2006 at 7:48 am

    The problem with O’reilly and letterman is that they’re two poles of an awful debate on how to ’stabilize’ Iraq. Don’t forget what ’stabilize’ means to capitalists and media talking heads, it means Nicaragua in the 80s, Peru in 1973. Indeed the Shiite death squads were an attempt at ’stability’ that simply failed. ‘Stability’ is often worse than the violence it wants to replace.

    Yeah you’re pretty much right. And the Kurds are the only people who aren’t blowing shit up.

    But one thing that I don’t get is that under republican leadership, whether there’s a civil war that breaks out or not, the US military is going to stay in Iraq till 2010 whether it gets good or worse. So why do Sunnis and Shiites bomb each other’s mosques? I understand Sadam’s Sunni leadership still has a lot of Shiites pretty pissed off about the massive graves, but causing more carnage in Iraq isn’t going to chase out the American Military.

    There are 200,000 Iraqis in uniform, and that includes the military and the police force, yet the US is still there. Why do you ask? Well because Al Quaida and other sectarian criminals (released by Saddam before US invasion) have infitrated both the Police and Military, and have more leaks in them than the New York City Police Department.

    This whole thing’s a big fucking mess, and I don’t approve of it. But I don’t approve leaving it now that we’re there. Leaving Iraq in its state right now would be contrary to the main objective: Taking away Iran’s control of the oil rich persian gulf.

    You know those gay ass commercials that say “if you buy an 8th of weed from a drug dealer, you’re helping terrorists kidnap a judge”
    Fact of the matter is we’re helping terrorists take down the foundation of our biggest and strongest buildings everytime we fill up our fucking tank of gas. So let’s change that, let’s take control of the persian gulf, let’s neutralize the middle’s east number 1 resource of wealth.

  18. Something Says:

    Judging by what’s written, it’s clear Sphinx is a community college dropout.

  19. sphinx Says:

    French Kevin,

    The causes of the Iraqi civil war are primarily American and Syrian/Iranian. Local ruling classes have become patrons of warring militias like the Mahdi Army (Shiite), Ansar Al Sunnah and even Jaysh Al-Queda in an effort to seize control of the unstable situation that the American Coalition Provisional Authority guaranteed. The most recent Lancet report makes it obvious that as much as 300,000 deaths in Iraq are directly attributable to the three way civil war between Shiite, Sunni militias and Kurdish security forces, absent of the contribution of the american forces. So it’s obvious that this is now the focal point of the conflict and that the American presence is either secondary or suspected to fade in influence. What is important to these militias is seizing centralized power and influencing key posts like the oil ministry.

    There are two poles here, one the Iranian/Syrian axis which gives tacit support to the Mahdi army and the Badr brigades and the other the American/Saudi axis, in which Saudi Arabia is afraid of both a Shiite insurgency along its border (because of its internal Shiite minority) but also a powerful Iranian state. So Saudi Arabia looked the other way as thousands of Jihadis joined the fight in Iraq and Iran has armed militias in Iraq. All of the local battles of the civil war are seeking patrons in a competition between two larger imperialist systems. I wrote more here if you’re super interested:

    http://asayake.blogspot.com/2006/07/when-grass-is-cut-snakes-will-show.html

    To Something:

    Why do you think that?

  20. Jizzy to Miss L Says:

    Are you fucking retarded bitch? That cd is going to be a fucking classic 10 years from now. I’m listening to the one blood remix right now. Everyone is fucking on this. It’s 12 mins long. “Too Much”, “Compton”, “Lets Ride” all those are going to be singles. Half the songs on his cd could be singles. Fuck your opinion, Game’s new cd is on fire.

  21. ebz Says:

    FUCK Oprah………that is all.

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