Sunday, 15 July, 2018

Supporting Eminem Fans Are Not Happy With His Savage BET Cypher

Eminem blasts Donald Trump in freestyle rap at BET Hip Hop Awards Frederick M. Brown Getty Images Eminem
Stacy Diaz | 12 October, 2017, 21:11

During a performance at the BET awards, Eminem told his fans in a freestyle rap that they couldn't support both him and the president. "Kendrick opened the door for people like me and Vince to speak up instead of just glorifying the ignorant stuff", he told Pitchfork a year ago. He also echoed Eminem by ordering any Trump-supporting viewers to stop watching his show. Fallon, Colbert, Meyers, and Corden all had some jokes about Eminem's now famous freestyle rap, from sketch gags to parodies.

Jimmy Kimmel also addressed Eminem's political moment on Jimmy Kimmel Live! saying, "It was very well done, he even found a way to rhyme the word 'orange, ' which previously had been thought impossible".

Eminem has unleashed a profane lyrical tirade against President Donald Trump - saying he "came to stomp" and taking aim at Trump's Twitter habits, policy, appearance and supporters. Now, I'm not much of a rapper, but here it goes. Now he's a loser.

At least, he seems to have inspired Seth Meyers, who dropped some bars of his own as he discussed the rapper's concluding ultimatum, in which he urged fans to choose between himself and Trump.

Although he admitted he wasn't quite as skilled of a rapper, Seth gave it his best shot anyway: "My name is Seth and I'm here to say, if you like Trump then go away", he declared. He added that people who don't support the president love the military and the country, but "hate Trump".

Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick also thanked Eminem for including him in the rap.

Over on CBS, James Corden also joked about the video, noting that it was shot in a parking garage, which made it "a really intense shoot-not because Eminem was taking down the president, but because they had to get the whole crew out of the parking structure in under an hour, or it was going to be 20 bucks a vehicle".