Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Bill O'Reilly Blasts Beyonce's Raunchy New Image

Talk show host Bill O'Reilly blasts Beyonce for setting a horrible example for minority girls with her last album.

Bill O'Reilly has launched an unprovoked attack on Beyoncé's latest video, labeling the work 'exploitative garbage' and suggested that it will encourage teenage pregnancy among African American girls.
Confronting hip hop mogul Rusell Simmons on Monday night, the Fox News host appeared outraged at explicit imagery of Beyoncé having sex in a car and referencing Monica Lewinsky in her Partition video.
O’Reilly said the video 'glorifies having sex in the back of a limousine,' and then warmed to his point saying, 'Teenage girls look up to Beyoncé, particularly girls of color. She’s an idol to them," he continued. “I’m saying: Why on earth would this woman do that?
'Why would she do it when she knows the devastation that unwanted pregnancies - and fractured families - why would Beyoncé do that?'
The 64-year-old host of the The O'Reilly Factor insisted to Simmons that Beyoncé has 'an obligation to protect children' and not to put out 'exploitative garbage.'
Giving no quarter, Simmons, who co-founded Def Jam Recordings in 1983, attempted to explain but O'Reilly became confused when the video and music was referred to as art.
'Bill, if you think that art that comes out of a community is the cause of the struggle–' 'That’s art?' O’Reilly interrupted.
'Yes, absolutely,' Simmons responded.
'Beyoncé in the back of a limo having sex and referencing Monica Lewinsky is art?' O'Reilly shouted.
'She's a brilliant artist,' Simmons shot back. 'And she's not only appreciated by people of color, as you know, she's really one of the top artists in the world to people of every color.'
During the course of the typically confrontational interview, O'Reilly badgered Simmons who was on the show to promote his new book on meditation, which O'Reilly mispronounced as mediation.
O'Reilly led into the interview saying, 'As you know, I've been very critical of harmful entertainment marketed to largely unsupervised children.'
He admitted he loved Beyoncé's Superbowl performance 'brilliant' but attacked the video to Partition - in which the singer appears to be performing sexually provocative dance moves for the benefit of her partner of ten-years, Jay-Z.
Simmons tried to dodge any questions of the video, but said that he did 'think the artist's job throughout history has been to tell the same things that people are inspired when an artist expresses something that is sexual in music, it's a reflection of our reality.'
Simmons then said that as a father of two girls, his 'daughters make choices based on the inspiration that we give them as parents.'
'But you're a good father,' O'Reilly jumped in. '...What about the kids who don't have an amazing mother and an okay father? What about them?'
Later in the discussion O'Reilly attacked Beyoncé's husband Jay Z and his friend Kanye West, to call the pair gangsta rappers and that he considers them responsible for influencing the youth in a negative way.
'You have to attack the fundamental disease if you want to cure it,' O'Reilly said.
'You're going to have to get people like Jay-Z, Kanye West - all these gangsta rappers - to knock it off.'
Jacked from The Daily Mail  


Sunno said...

I am ashame to say this but I agree with Bill for the most part. Never thought this day would come.

nba is fixed said...

Baphomet Beyonce has been a horrible example for little black girls for over ten years! That is why she is paid millions and millions of dollars. Her job is to influence little black girls to act like sluts! This is nothing new!

WTF??!!!!!! said...

More celebs need to speak out about this fake tramp! Everything she not ok. co-sign@ nba. Ms. light & bright has influenced a whole generation of little black girls in a plethora of negative ways. Sad the white house endorsed this hussy as a positive role model, but I'm not surprised when I look at the source.

Anonymous said...

I wonder how he feels about Miley, Madonna, Lindsay, Justin Beiber and all the other white trash that are celebrated and glorified. Is he worried about them being poor role models to little white kids?

Beyoncé is an adult. Her only job is to entertain not raise other peoples kids. This latest album clearly wasn't for little kids so if a child is listening to it and deciding to model their lives after it, then you've failed as a parent. And if someone were to model themselves after Beyoncé how does Bill know they wouldn't try to be like the real Beyoncé instead of the stage persona? What if they look at Beyoncé as a woman who has worked hard since her teens, who isn't linked to hundreds of men, who keeps her private life to herself, who is married and had a baby AFTER she got the ring... You mean if someone were to look up to Beyoncé they would ignore all that and instead model their behavior off of a few videos... If so that's their stupidity.

kiki60651 said...

sign symptoms you are making too much money...........h8rs

Anonymous said...

he was trying to get a rise out of Russell. Yes we are a community but Bill, 3 strikes laws and unfair sentencing and discrimination has done far more to add to the demise of young Black children then some raunchy burlesque act by Beyonce. Give me a break. If you want to do something positive, influence laws that take Black fathers and mothers out of the home and put them in prison 3-5 times more than their white counterparts.

The Real Fedup said...

I agree with him! But he also need to call out Rihanna, Miley,Lady Gaga, and countless others celebs too! They all turning trashy to sell a sorry ass album.

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry but the black race has far more to worry about than a damn Beyoncé video. Lack of education, high obesity rates, #1 in most of the statistics when it comes to bad health and diseases, unfair justice system created to keep our young men locked up and impoverished, high rates of dysfunctional broken homes, too many unwanted teen pregnancies etc. If Bill is so worried about little black kids then won't he put his millions where his mouth is and do something to help. This is like the 3rd time he's brought up little black girls and how bad off they are, yet I don't hear him giving any real solutions, he's not fooling me this is just another attempt at race bating. Like someone else pointed out Madonna has been whoring it up literally for over 30 years yet Bill has nothing to say about that? She passed the torch and created generations of whore pop stars, Britney, Gaga, Miley just to name a few, yet Bill has nothing to say about them?

Anonymous said...

Bill is about sensationalism, attention getting and making money, the male version of Anne Coulter. He has messiness too, out of court settlements for sexual harassment (ex. his female staff) and you don't see him crusading against that.

Anonymous said...

Bill has some nerve considering he sexually harasses women. Beyonce new concept is whorish.

BeyonceLawsuit said...

her lacefront needs banning also

Anonymous said...

Bill concerned about poor lil black children that have no parents, no upbringing, no culture, no morals, no goals, and no destination in sight. interesting. I miss the NOI.

Anonymous said...

Beyonce is an entertainer...her job is to enterain, not raise other people's children.

She is older, and so is the audience that grew with her. She made it very clear that this album was for her older audience...women.

That said, society is highly sexual. Her responsibility is no different from commercials, sitcoms, and movies that we watch for entertainment yet we don't even attempt to put the same guidelines in place.

That all said, this is Bill...who gives a shit.

Anonymous said...

I have to agree with him and yes Madonna, Miley, ReRe, Nikki M. and some of the other entertainers fit that description as well. There is nothing left for the imagination of the viewers. We as a people have a choice to listen or not to listen or even the option to view or not view these entertainers creations. However, ethically their creations are being force upon youth whom minds are not fully developed enough in their thought processes to make a logical decision of what is or isn't realistic in what they are hearing and seeing in these musical creations. Music is like a spirit, it can transform an individual(s) moods with the change of a single note and or instrument.

Niyabinghi Warrior said...

@7:03 PM
Cosign, I"m also like the other poster where is his take on the other no talent, yt trash clogging up the airways with their endless stream of fuckeries? I'm not for certain why some yt folks yt men in particular feel so free in giving their opinion on black folks goings on. his arrogant, coke headed ass needs to shut the fuck up, no one appointed him as a moral police, people who live in glass houses need not fling stones, while I don't agree with her latest foolery, I'm not interested in his take on what Beyonce does. his fake ass persona is not who is sleazy, skeevy as is behind closed doors. shut the fuck up o'reilly and get ready for your cancer scare.

Anonymous said...

Beyonce is trash! #justsayin! Also she is no longer the 'hot' girl with those dead eyes, bleached skin, stringy/fazzled weave, linebackers neck and liposuctioned waist it amazes me how many young girls want to be like her. SMH Bill was spot on. Although I thinks she tries to hard to be sexy it does not come natural. It is always forced!

Anonymous said...

Who cares that he didnt call out the white artist, we are looked at more closely than any other race. Just because Madonna etc does/did it doesnt mak it right. Bill has a point, we like to say "There are bigger issues", but this is one of the reasons for the bigger issues. Blacks were doing better in the 80's and 90' than we are now, before Beyonce, Jay Z, Kanye, etc. We actually respected our community and would have never allowed this. Even with rap music Maxine Waters etc was trying to ban it from radio and being sold because it was harmful to our people. This music and images are harming our culture, and no one respects us because we act a fool.

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