Supporting Eminem Fans Are Not Happy With His Savage BET Cypher

Ruben Ruiz
October 13, 2017

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.

You can check out these late-night TV hosts' parodies of Eminem's freestyle rap directed toward Donald Trump below, plus check out the original freestyle rap cypher that aired during the BET Hip Hop Awards on Tuesday night.

At the end of the "rap", Meyers threw up a middle finger at Trump supporters, much like Eminem said "fuck you" at the end of his freestyle.

After playing the clip in which Trump called the rapper "a victor", Kimmel added, "Not anymore, I guess".

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Since Eminem's declaration swept the internet, a new Reddit thread titled "Huge Eminem fan and a Trump supporter" has popped up and immediately began garnering responses from conflicted Eminem fans who just don't seem to want to let go of their favorite reality-star-turned-politician.

As the title itself suggests, Eminem's video turned out to be a caustic take on Donald Trump, accusing him of racism and hypocrisy, while alluding to a lot of his recent controversies.

National Football League star Colin Kaepernick took to Twitter to thank Slim Shady for his shoutout in the freestyle.

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

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