Remember Bill O’Reilly’s Pepsi commercial controversy that would prove his hypocrisy?

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After news of Bill O’Reilly’s sexual harassment claims became public, advertisers started running. Close to 20 sponsors dropped The O’Reilly Factor after the New York Times exposed O’Reilly and 21st Century Fox, Fox News’ parent company, paid $13 million dollars to five women who said he harassed or abused them.

But here’s the thing though. Remember in 2002, Bill O’Reilly called for a boycott on Pepsi for having rapper and actor Ludacris feature on their commercials because “He degrades women?”

Okay. Granted. Luda’s videos and songs aren’t exactly for the feminist at heart. But as I recall, O’Reilly didn’t mutter a word when Pepsi chose former rock star and lead member of rock group Black Sabbath Ozzy Osbourne as their spokesperson. Yeah, Ozzy Osbourne, the self-proclaimed “Prince of Darkness” known for biting the heads off bats and doves, drug and alcohol abuse and sex addiction. And yet, O’Reilly has been known to defend accused sex offenders while tearing down the women who call them out.

Yeah, I think it’s time for Bill have a few dozen seats.

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6 thoughts on “Remember Bill O’Reilly’s Pepsi commercial controversy that would prove his hypocrisy?

  1. Bill O’Reilley is misogynistic and racist trash I hope when karma pays him a visit she is carrying a very sharp knife and wearing steel toed boots to kick him in the nutsack.

  2. Oh, yes! I remember that hypocritical twerp going ham on Ludicris, Snoop Dogg, and other hip-hop luminaries. His hypocrisy on race and women got under my skin and still do to this day. It’s telling to me that he never went after misogynistic white men who done evil toward women in general.

    Stephaniegirl

  3. It’s funny how they didn’t have a problem with his racist rhetoric but when it came to those white women being sexually harassed they developed a soul.

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