The Fox News anchor sarcastically poked fun at not only the rapper but his memorial service, too, which took place in L.A. last Thursday.
Now, a week after the memorial, Justin Bieber has targeted Ingraham with a lengthy Instagram post, scolding her for her actions and claiming that she “should be fired.”
During the episode, Ingraham, 55, referenced fellow rapper YG’s song, FDT, which featured Hussle.
“This dear artist recently released a song called FDT, F(**k) Donald Trump,” she claimed before laughing and joking with her co-host, Raymond Arroyo.
She proceeded to play a series of clips from YG’s video, none of which featured Hussle.
“That’s a very catchy refrain,” she said to Arroyo, who also laughed and responded: “Very catchy.”
“The chorus goes on and on… Is that related to the lowest unemployment ever, basically, for African Americans?” Ingraham asked.
The broadcast resulted in major controversy among the hip-hop community at large, with many individuals calling for the host to be fired from Fox News.
Both T.I. and The Game have already spoken out against Ingraham, along with a number of other musicians, calling her “disgusting,” but now Bieber, the 25-year-old pop sensation, isn’t holding back against the host and her inconsiderate remarks.
“Laura Ingraham,” he wrote. “(It’s) absolutely disgusting what you did on national television. How dare you laugh in the face of a person who has passed on. (It) doesn’t matter who it is.”
“But disrespecting someone who was a pillar in the community and did right by people?” he said. “Did you not think about the family who just lost a loved one and now have to see you mock him on national television?”
“It’s absurd, and you should be fired. Period,” he continued.
Toronto hip-hop artist Tory Lanez echoed T.I. and The Game’s messages. “F**K YOU LAURA FROM @foxnews LIKE SINCERELY FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART, F**K YOU,” he captioned a photo on Instagram.
R&B artist Tank has also shared a link to a petition calling for Ingraham to be fired. As of this writing, the petition has over 44,000 signatures with an initial goal of 1,000.
Since the initial backlash, Ingraham has not addressed her wrongdoing or the influx of hate messages she has received online.
Hussle was shot and killed on March 31 outside of his clothing store in South L.A.
The Los Angeles city council voted Friday to rename that intersection Nipsey Hussle Square.
Hussle’s memorial service was attended by not only his close friends and family but thousands of his dedicated fans.
WATCH: Nipsey Hussle funeral — Thousands of fans attend rapper’s memorial
Ingraham is no stranger to making controversial comments. You can read more of them here.
—With files from Katie Scott