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Sterlen Roberts / Press

“PRLog (Press Release) - Apr 10, 2008 - (LOS ANGELES, CA) – Whether or not Oprah hates rap music and looks down on the entire hip-hop culture has been under question by many in the hip-hop society. The powerfully-persuasive talk show host has been publicly criticized by Ludacris and Ice Cube, both alleging that they have been mistreated by her in the past. 50 Cent has also openly dissed Oprah, saying she doesn't make an effort to appeal to hip-hop fans. However, Oprah insists that she does not have a problem with rap and that she actually bumps a little Kanye and Jay-Z in her iPod, but she feels that rappers need to hold themselves accountable for their words because they hold so much influence with young people across the world.”

“PRLog (Press Release) - Apr 10, 2008 - (LOS ANGELES, CA) – Whether or not Oprah hates rap music and looks down on the entire hip-hop culture has been under question by many in the hip-hop society. The powerfully-persuasive talk show host has been publicly criticized by Ludacris and Ice Cube, both alleging that they have been mistreated by her in the past. 50 Cent has also openly dissed Oprah, saying she doesn't make an effort to appeal to hip-hop fans. However, Oprah insists that she does not have a problem with rap and that she actually bumps a little Kanye and Jay-Z in her iPod, but she feels that rappers need to hold themselves accountable for their words because they hold so much influence with young people across the world. ”

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