Fox News' Laura Ingraham opened her show tonight by saying Democrats, the media, and "the rabid NeverTrumpers" owe plenty of people an apology tonight, in response to the release of the Mueller report.
The clip featured Teigen commenting that "women should say f**k you more often", which resulted in Teigen following her own advice and cursing Ingraham. "Doesn't matter who it is", Justin Bieber said.
- andy lassner (@andylassner) April 18, 2019How dare the people at Time select someone who is relatable to most people.
"Did you not think about the family who just lost a loved one and now have to see you mock him on national television".
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"Now that's a very creative refrain", she said.
"Speaking of glamourous, model and wife of John Legend, Chrissy Teigen, was also chosen as one of the '100 most influential, '" Ingraham said on her program Wednesday night. Bieber's comments were joined by reactions from T.I., Jamie Foxx, The Game, and others. "The chorus that goes on and on, is that related to lowest unemployment ever, basically, for African-Americans?"
Ingraham has not apologized for her remarks about Hussle, but the backlash continues to grow.
Tank, another artist, even started a petition calling for Ingraham's dismissal. All of this comes after the Fox News host criticized Time magazine for including Teigen in their top 100 influential people of 2019 list. Ingraham poured scorn on the frequent critic of Donald Trump for using the F-word.