Rappers call for host to RESIGN after 'DISGUSTING' Nipsey Hussle segment

Video AP Nipsey Hussle

Video AP Nipsey Hussle

The internet has been set ablaze with tens of thousands of digital signatures aimed at removing one of Fox News' most vile and disgusting purveyors of hate from the cable airways that she's been polluting for almost two years.

Ingraham - who has most recently toggled between bullying a teenage survivor of one of the worst mass shootings in US history and trying to reduce a socially conscious athlete to his physical prowess - may have officially cased her own demise when she mocked her network's coverage of Nipsey Hussle, the rapper was killed by senseless gun violence on March 31.

The memorial service took place at the Staples Center with thousands in attendance to pay their respects.

Snoop Dogg added simply, "I'm in".

R&B artist Tank had a different idea in mind for getting back at Ingraham, sharing a petition for Fox to fire her.

On Ingraham's show last week - broadcast one day after Hussle's memorial - she introduced a segment about his legacy and sarcastically referred to Hussle as "this dear artist".

During the April 12 telecast of Ingraham's show, the host and guest contributor Raymond Arroyo joked about "FDT", or "F**k Donald Trump", a 2016 song featuring the slain Hussle.

The segment Ingraham played featured YG for the entire duration, not Hussle.

The hook of the song says repeatedly "f-k Donald Trump".

"That's a very creative refrain, very catchy", she mocked. "The chorus that goes on and on, is that related to lowest unemployment ever, basically, for African Americans?"

Fox News declined to comment on the issue to the Washington Post.

HuffPost notes a petition has been created in the days since also demanding Ingraham be reprimanded for her actions.

Most other news channels would be remiss in overlooking the inspirational aspects of Hussle's life and what he has done for his community.

But then again, this kind of positive information isn't on brand for the conservative network.

The Game continued, calling his fans to get involved in a blacklist campaign against Ingraham.

"So lemme tell you what's going to happen here...."

"We are NO LONGER laying quiet while you continuously disrespect our brother, culture African Americans as a whole, " The Game wrote on Sunday.