Despite the rash of attacks on police across the country and even despite President Obama’s insistence that there isn’t any excuse for anti-cop sentiment, actor and N.W.A. rapper Ice Cube has refused to stop performing the 1988 song “F*** Tha Police.”
The song features hateful lyrics such as, “I’m a sniper with a hell of a scope. Taking out a cop or two, they can’t cope with me,” and says, “Taking out a police would make my day.”
Ice Cube was asked by the celebrity gossip site TMZ if in light of all the murders of police he might consider laying off the anti-cop song.
Cube, though, refused to consider putting the kibosh on the violence-infused tune, saying, “I ain’t gonna change nothin’ I do. ‘Cause I ain’t doin’ nothin’ wrong.”
But on his Fox News show, host Bill O’Reilly slammed the rapper for insisting that the song is still worthy of performing even after 11 police officers have been assassinated in just the last month alone, as Fox News Insider reported.
O’Reilly called the song “a piece of garbage” and a “vile piece of work” and wondered why the rapper is refusing to put the song on hold.
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