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Rap star Nas served up the rhyme, "Watch what you watchin'/Fox keeps feeding us toxin" on Wednesday, as part of a protest outside Fox News.

Two activist groups, Color of Change and Move On, led the gathering, citing questionable practices by the news outlet, including a reference to presidential candidate Barack Obama as a "halfrican," terming his and his wife's fist bumps as "terrorist fist jabs," and the famous on-screen graphic which labeled Michelle Obama as "Obama's Baby Mama." Placards on display read, "Fox News: Your Source for Racist Smears" and "Fair and Balanced? Fairly Racist."

Said Nas, "Fox's pattern of race-baiting and fear-mongering regularly focuses on black leaders, black institutions and ordinary black people."

A Fox News rep responded by saying the cabler "believes in all protesters exercising their right to free speech - including Nas, who has an album [ Untitled] to promote."

What's your take? Do Nas and the protesters have a valid point? - Matt Mitovich