Less than 24 hours after Fox announced the launch of Palin's series "Real American Stories," LL Cool J was claiming people were being mislead. The network's release for the show, included a line reading: "Additionally, rapper and actor, LL Cool J, and the former chairman and CEO of General Electric, Jack Welch, will both speak about their success in this country in a segment entitled, "In Their Own Words.'" What wasn't said, however, was that the LL Cool J segment was taken from an interview he did with Fox in 2008, where he talks fondly about his grandfather. "Fox lifted an old interview I gave in 2008 to someone else and are misrepresenting to the public in order to promote Sarah Palin's show. WOW," he wrote on Twitter. The clip of LL Cool J intended for the show was a minute and eight seconds long. After hearing of his dissatisfaction, Fox programmers pulled the segment from the show. The official reply from Fox was given in a statement by Fox News Channel's head of programming Bill Shine: "‘Real American Stories' features uplifting tales about overcoming adversity and we believe Mr. Smith's interview fit that criteria. However, as it appears that Mr. Smith does not want to be associated with a program that could serve as an inspiration to others, we are cutting his interview from the special and wish him the best with his fledgling acting career." Classy huh?...but then again, the publicity has already served it's purpose.