Eminem releases an Anti-Trump Rap Cypher

Danny Woods
October 13, 2017

Seth Meyers performs his brief anti-Trump rap on "Late Night".

One of the most talked about moments of Tuesday's BET Hip Hop Awards was Detroit rapper Eminem's controversial freestyle rap that took aim at President Donald Trump.

Democratic Rep. Keith Ellison (Minn.) told TMZ on Wednesday that he believes Eminem's rap against President Donald Trump makes an "important cultural contribution" and his work will help inspire more citizens to vote.

The Tonight Show host then went on to share a video of Trump's "clap back", which featured edited clips of Trump moving his arms and saying nonsense words like "boom", "beep", "bing", alongside actual words like "China" and "hello". Now he's a loser.

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Meyers joked that he isn't much of a rapper, but had created his own rap to his fans that support Trump.

Colin Kaepernick - who started the demonstrations by "taking a knee" previous year - thanked Eminem for the song's reference to his ongoing protest on Twitter.

Eminem also used ' racist ' and ' orange ' phrases for Trump, which is similar to ' The Thing ' character in ' Fantastic Four ' film.

He continued, "What Eminem is doing is just being true to his art, which is to inspire and motivate, so I'm grateful to him for that".

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