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Bill O'Reilly Claims Beyonce Is A Bad Role Model For Teens
Posted by Joseph Lee on 04.26.2014



TMZ reports that Bill O'Reilly has called out Beyonce after she landed the cover on Time magazine's 100 most influential people issue. He claims that her music videos are proof she's actually a horrible influence on teenage girls.

Last month he said that she negatively influenced teenage "girls of color" with the video for "Partition" due to its sexual, provocative content. On Friday, he started to rant as only he can.

He said: "She knows that young girls getting pregnant in the African-American community now is about 70% out of wedlock. She knows and doesn't seem to care."









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