"Is that related to the lowest unemployment ever basically for African Americans?" she asked on Friday.
Aside from mentioning the turnout for the services, Ingraham ignored the rest of the information about Hussle and his death.
Los Angeles-based rapper The Game helped start the move with an Instagram post on Sunday, warning Fox News to either dismiss Ingraham, whom he referred to with an offensive word for women, "or you will lose millions of viewers one person at a time until it drastically effects your ratings".
"We are NO LONGER laying quiet while you continuously disrespect our brother, culture African Americans as a whole".
He continues "I will use my platform & call on my peers to do the same".
"I'm in, " Snoop Dogg replied.
The Grammy-winning artist T.I. - a frequent critic of both Donald Trump and fellow rapper Kanye West who supports the president - called Ingraham's comments "disgusting".
"Neither of you WILL EVER know or experience the level of love, appreciation and respect that Nip has".
This incident, seen as Laura's "third strike" regarding disrespectful comments, is the reason behind the rally for her termination.
Now, online petitions have popped up across the internet, and many of them were taking aim at her show's sponsors in an effort to get them to stop advertising.
A petition with more than 40,000 signatures is being circulated for the objective of terminating Ingraham from Fox News over the comments she made.
Tank even shared a petition link, which garnered more than 11,000 signatures, calling for Ingraham's firing. The song includes the chorus, "F- Donald Trump".
Ingraham faced an ad boycott in 2018 for mocking a Parkland shooting survivor.
This segment resulted in Ingraham yet again facing public calls for her removal from the network.