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Eminem takes down Trump with profane lyrical tirade
15 October 2017, 01:08 | Nina Hammond
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Compton rapper YG took to Twitter and questioned why everyone's applauding Eminem for dissing Trump when he did the same thing a year ago with his song, "F*ck Donald Trump".
Eminem also targeted those who claimed to be supporters of both him and Trump, telling them they had to choose to either stand beside him or the president.
After playing the clip in which Trump called the rapper "a victor", Kimmel added, "Not anymore, I guess".
It comes amid a growing controversy between Trump and his opponents over several African American NFL athletes refusing to stand up for the USA national anthem, a practice known as "taking the knee". "Eminem, I always knew you was a real n***a".
Meanwhile, a 2004 video of Trump endorsing Eminem at a mock political rally is being circulated online.
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He also compares him to Fantastic Four character Thing, rapping: "Racism's the only thing he's Fantastic Four, 'cause that's how he gets his f*****g rocks off and he's orange". Now he's a loser. Eminem previously expressed his support for Kaepernick in "Campaign Speech".
The 44-year-old rapper closed out his rant with a message to his fans who support Trump, saying "I'm drawing in the sand a line, you're either for or against". "I'm always right", Trump says in the video.
He ends the rap with a proclamation: "The rest of America stand up / We love our military, and we love our country / But we (expletive) hate Trump".
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