"Your lord and savior Donald Trump wouldn't even grab you by the pussy," actor says in savage response to conservative commentator.
"I'm apologizing in advance, I know this is going to offend some women, But I have to do it," the actor said in an Instagram video posted Sunday.
"No cluckhead, you shut up and dribble deez nuts, bitch," he continued. "You mayonnaise-eatin, melba toast, no seasoning on your chicken cracker. Your butt is so flat that when you stand up, you could see your entire a-le. I'm sorry ladies, I warned you at the top."
Rapaport, who most recently starred in TV series "Atypical" and "White Famous," regularly rails on people he disagrees with on his social media, most recently bashing John Oliver for confronting Dustin Hoffman about sexual harassment allegations. In typical Rapaport fashion, he did not hold back while railing on Ingraham.
"Your lord and savior Donald Trump wouldn't even grab you by the pussy," he said. "If he did he'd probably get his fingers caught in a mousetrap. You went to college, Laura, and you're proud of that and what do you got to show for it? A mouth full of fake teeth, a face full of Botox and some dry-ass hair extensions. And you still never got f-cked right, you little jumpoff."
Rapaport is the most recent public figure to call out Ingraham's remarks, which she made in response to a video interview the two athletes did with Uninterrupted. "The climate is host," James said. "The number one job in America, the appointed person is someone who doesn't understand the people and really don't give a f-ck about the people."
"At this time right now with the president of the United States, it's at a bad time and while we cannot change what comes out of that man's mouth, we can continue to alert the people that watch us, that listen to us, that this is not the way," he continued. "It's not even a surprise when he says something. It's like laughable. It's laughable, and it's scary."
Durant echoed James's thoughts, saying it comes down to leadership.
"I learned that playing basketball," Durant said. "I learned a lot of life skills from playing basketball... You need to encourage people and that's what builds a great team, and I feel like our team as a country is not ran by a great coach."
On Thursday night, Ingraham said the duo's comments were "barely intelligible" and had an "ungrammatical take."
"I'm numb to this commentary -- like must they run their mouths like that?" Ingraham said. "Look, there might be a cautionary lesson in LeBron for kids: This is what happens when you attempt to leave high school a year early to join the NBA and it's always unwise to seek political advice from someone who gets paid a hundred million dollars a year to bounce a ball. Oh, and LeBron and Kevin: You're great players, but no one voted for you. Millions elected Trump to be their coach so keep the political commentary to yourself or, as someone once said, shut up and dribble."
"I will not just shut up and dribble," he said after Saturday's NBA All-Star Game practice in Los Angeles. "So thank you, whatever her name is."
"I mean too much to society, I mean too much to the youth, I mean too much to so many kids that feel like they don’t have a way out and they need someone to help lead them out of the situation they’re in," he added.