Young Jeezy agrees to appear on Bill O’Reilly’s show

    Last week, Bill O’Reilly and Dennis Miller called out Young Jeezy and Jay-Z for having a song called "My President Is Black," but O’Reilly did invite Jeezy to come on the show to talk about the song. Jeezy has apparently said yes, striking back at O’Reilly in an interview with XXL:

    “Damn right! I ain’t never ran, nah mean?” Jeezy told “At the end of the day, you’re dealing with cats who think that we as young black men don’t know what it is we do. We entrepreneurs, we came from nothing. If you gotta mispronounce my name to try to be funny and you got a Harvard or whatever education you got, then you’re really showing how ignorant you are.”


    “If you didn’t hear what the fuck I said, it’s all good, but you didn’t hear all these people crying in New Orleans,” he continued. “You ain’t know bout the [Oscar] Grant kid that got killed in Oakland, you ain’t speaking on that. You ain’t talking about these ladies out here killing these babies, you worried about what I said.”

    Jeezy pretty much hit every issue with O’Reilly’s statements on the head, so if the two should meet, it could be a good conflict. I’m betting O’Reilly balks first though. [XXL]