Posted by Robert
Rap News Network
9/27/2003 8:15:58 PM
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In the past, Def Jam’s Ludacris hasn’t said much regarding Bill O'Reilly’s aggressive push to get the rapper removed from the Pepsi ad campaign last year. That silence has changed with his latest album, Chicken & Beer. O'Reilly's rants prompted executives to dump Ludacris, but the rapper might have the last laugh.
On a song called “Blow It Out,” Luda says, “Shoutout to Bill O’Reilly. I’ma throw you a curve. You mad ‘cause I’m a thief and got a way with words. I’ma start my own beverage, it will calm ya nerves…Pepsi: The Choice of a new Generation – Blow it out ya a**”
In past interviews, Luda has expressed his views on both O’Reilly and the soft drink company.
"Pepsi, they don't value the black dollar. I wouldn't change a thing, it was a learning experience," he said to BET.com. "I definitely feel it was bigger than myself. They are attacking hip-hop, the culture, everything. Bill O'Reilly [is a] racist hypocrite. If you look at the end of the fiscal year, for Pepsi - they went down."
After a proposed boycott, Russell Simmons and his HHSAN managed to wretch 3 million from Pepsi for various grassroots organizations in urban areas.
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