"Here is a picture Bill, of Ice-T, one of the iconic figures in black culture and music, spending a weekday with Bernie." When Goldberg was finished with misguided ID of a rap veteran, O'Reilly corrected him. "That's not Ice-T, that's Ice Cube," he replied.
The photo, undoubtedly of Ice Cube, shows the pair as younger fellows flashing three-fingered hand signs at the camera. Goldberg, who was absolutely sure his picture included 'Law and Order: SVU' star Ice-T, slowly sank back into reality and agreed that O'Reilly was correct.
"I'm a brother, man. You can't be doing that to me," O'Reilly retorted with a laugh, further reiterating why Goldberg's inherent whiteness was so extreme. Hip-hop's most refreshing figure, Ice-T, tweeted his sentiments on O'Reilly's self-proclaimed "brother" status.
RT @melvedya:Comment?:Bill O'Reilly boasts about knowing diff btwn rappers Ice-T and Ice Cube, proclaims:"I'm a brother, man."/F--K O'Reilly- ICE T (@FINALLEVEL) January 17, 2012
Goldberg has been a big critic of gangsta rap since his CBS documentary 'In Your Face, America' aired in 1998, though he is still unable to distinguish between some of the genre's most famous rappers. Check out the hilarious video below.