Bill O’Reilly isn’t a fan of hip-hop and thinks it’s ruining the fabric of society, more so than what he does on a daily basis. But who’s counting? Actually, Killer Mike is counting. During an appearance last Friday on HBO’s Real Time With Bill Maher, the Run the Jewels rapper talked about subjects ranging from Baltimore to the link between crime and rap music, as well as O’Reilly’s opinion of rap music.
“I like Bill O’Reilly the character, but I hate how white people take him so seriously,” Killer Mike said. “He’s more full of [s—t] than an outhouse. I’m gonna go in a black club and see Bill O’Reilly with a stripper on his lap, I guarantee you that. He’s as fictional as those books he writes.”
Unfortunately, O’Reilly isn’t an act of fiction, something Maher pointed out.
“He may be full of [s—t],” Maher said, “but it’s sincere [s—t].”
Killer Mike’s commentary on hip-hop continued with him comparing Jesus to a rapper, something that probably caused O’Reilly chest pains after he heard it.
“He was arguably [a] black guy, or at least dark. Hung with a posse of homies, one of them was strapped with a knife. Went to war with the government, lost, like a lot of black guys do,” Killer Mike said, “and everybody loved him more after he died, like Tupac.”
See, O’Reilly, rappers know something about Jesus. Probably more than what you know about rap music.