The rapper explained:
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Tensions are high at the Republican National Convention!
Most of the attention during the third night of the Cleveland convention was directed toward Ted Cruz's refusal to endorse Donald Trump and Megyn Kelly's bare shoulders, but apparently drama was going down in every corner!
Specifically the corner of Fox News host Bill O'Reilly, who called Montel Williams "cowardly" for walking off his show over "some gay thing"!!!
During his live broadcast on Wednesday, the O'Reilly blasted the TV personality for ditching his interview, barking:
Even with all that going on, some viewers thought the most unprofessional person at the convention was Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly — because she showed off her bare shoulders! Gasp!
The 45-year-old got some heat on Twitter during the third night of the RNC on Wednesday for wearing a spaghetti-strapped top that exposed more skin than many viewers felt was appropriate for a news anchor.
Twitics immediately called out the reporter for her wardrobe choice, one even claiming she looked like she was "working for an escort agency." Srsly?
Let's forget the fact that it's the middle of summer in hot-as-hell Cleveland, and the fact that she can wear whatever the eff she wants — but Kelly's wardrobe choice may have been a statement in itself.
Earlier this week, it was reported that Kelly admitted to investigators that Fox News CEO Roger Ailes sexually harassed her just like Gretchen Carlson — which could be the liberating reason behind her outfit choice…
Either way, conservative viewers were NOT HAPPY about Kelly's top — and did not hold back their thoughts on social media!
See what people had to say about Kelly's bare shoulders on Twitter (below)!
They say revenge is sweet…
On Wednesday evening, Texas Senator Ted Cruz was booed off the Republican National Convention stage in Cleveland, OH when he REFUSED to endorse his party's presidential nominee Donald Trump. Oh snap!
During his speech to the delegates at the convention, Ted clearly shaded the controversial businessman by only uttering Donald's name ONCE. Ted also encouraged voters "to vote with [their] conscience". Whoa.
The 45-year-old explained: