"Stand defiantly against those who would demonize you, silence you, take snippets of what you say and beam them all over the internet, call you a racist, call you a xenophobe, call you a misogynist, call you every '-ist and '-ism" that could come to mind. "It's absurd and you should be fired period", he declared.
Following Ingraham's light-hearted coverage of a murdered artist's memorial service, fans of Hussle took offense and a campaign began calling for her termination from the network.
Do you agree that Laura Ingraham should be fired for her disrespectful mocking of the late rapper and his music on the basis of his political beliefs or not? The Game, 39, called her "disrespectful" in a lengthy April 14 Instagram post, calling on people to "stop support of all sponsors" of her show immediately. In the segment about Hussle, who was shot and killed outside his L.A. clothing store on March 31, Ingraham played the song "FDT", which includes the line "F*** Donald Trump" in the chorus.
Giving her own commentary, Ingraham added: "Well that's nice and innovative, I guess. eating".
Bieber is one of many artists who have spoken on Ingraham's coverage, including T.I., who wrote "Neither of you WILL EVER know or experience the level of love, appreciation and respect that Nip has". "The chorus that goes on and on, is that related to the lowest unemployment, basically, for African Americans?" asked Ingraham, laughing.
According to Ingraham, Teigen was "known for her vicious attacks on President Trump" and was one of a few "curious choices"; other noteworthy ones: Christine Blasey Ford, who accused now-Supreme Court Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh of sexual assault, "Trump-hating" comedian Hasan Minhaj, and director Spike Lee.
Laura reported on Time's 100 Most Influential People list and shaded Chrissy for getting a spot on the list.
Which is precisely what Teigen had to say early Thursday (followed by a smiley face emoji) after hearing about Ingraham's diss.
Chrissy has obviously gotten word of Laura's comments and taken to Twitter to clap back.
Ingraham and Fox News did not return a request for comment. We've yet to receive a response.