'The O'Reilly Factor' star welcomed fellow FOX News correspondent Laura Ingraham to his show earlier this week to address comments she made regarding the 'F.A.M.E.' creator's past violent behavior with ex-girlfriend Rihanna and the "royal" treatment he still receives -- NBC welcomed the singer to appear on the 'Today' show to perform a summer concert earlier this month -- in the wake of destroying property at 'Good Morning America' in March.
Before he opened the floor to Ingraham, O'Reilly read anger-filled tweets from the 'Look At Me Now' crooner aimed at her remarks about his life and career. The TV host went on to state that "Chris Brown does not live on this planet" after detailing what his Twitter account had to offer.
While on the show, Ingraham, author of the new book, 'Of Thee I Zing,' defended her conversation about the R&B star. "We decided to take on the NBC showcasing Chris Brown...," she said. "But I think it's a useful conversation, especially when I'm talking about the culture and doing a cultural intervention to look at what his music represents a couple years after he beat up his girlfriend, Rihanna and if there's redemption there, that's great, but in the lyrics, it kind of just continues to echo this negative and deprave attitude toward women."
She also brought up 50 Cent's defense of Brown, when he tweeted, "I just saw a clip on FOX news Hating on NBC for having chris brown on unbelievable. I'm never watching that again. He paid for his mistake #!@%*# holes [sic]."
Bill O'Reilly also made an official invite to both 50 Cent and Brown, welcoming them to join him on 'The O'Reilly Factor.'
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