'He represents the lowest form of entertainment in this country,' Bill O'Reilly says of the celebrity spoofing done by Eminem in 'We Made You' music video, adding that the song's lyrics are 'crude.'
Fox's news correspondent Bill O'Reilly has slammed Eminem on April 8 during "The O'Reilly Factor" over the rapper's "We Made You" music video, which spoofs public figures including Sarah Palin. "Few Americans take the vile rapper Eminem seriously," so Bill began his criticism.
"He represents the lowest form of entertainment in this country and is a publicity hound to boot. It's so crude what he does," Bill explained further. "Kids see it, not adults." He also added that the song's lyrics, which feature lines "I'll invite Sarah Palin out to dinner, nail her/ Baby, say hello to my little friend," are "crude" and "misogynist."
"Eminem is obviously on an obscene rant about Sarah Palin, it's totally obscene, totally inappropriate," O'Reilly continued. "All I want to do is repeat that Eminem means nothing. The video means nothing. It's played for kids that are confused."
Contrary to Billy O'Reilly's harsh response, Kim Kardashian, one of Eminem's targets in the mockery, previously admitted that she personally feels honored with the fact that the Slim Shady is rapping about her. "He's a bit harsh about some other celebrities, but you just have to let it go and have a sense of humor. Personally, I'm honored," so she opened up.
Eminem's "We Made You" music video has been debuted earlier this week. Directed by Joseph Kahn, it shoots down many Hollywood high profiles, including Lindsay Lohan, Jessica Simpson, Britney Spears and Samantha Ronson. It also spoofs Chris Pine-starring movie "Star Trek". Up to date, only Kim Kardashian and Bill O'Reilly openly shared about what they feel toward the spoof.
Bill O'Reilly criticizing Eminem: