Eminem releases an Anti-Trump Rap Cypher


The night after Eminem literally gave the middle finger to all of his fans who might also support President Donald Trump, Seth Meyers had his own 8 Mile moment.

Eminem's video has already gone viral, for obvious reasons. "Or do you support this show that constantly mocks and denigrates everything about him?"

He also went on to suggest that "Donald Trump responded with his own rap: 'Will the National Football League players please stand up, please stand up, please stand up, ' " referencing one of Eminem's early songs: "The Real Slim Shady".

"All these awful tragedies and he's bored and would rather cause a Twitter storm with the Packers", Eminem quipped.

Of course, not everybody on Twitter was ready to stand with Eminem now that he's told his fans they have to make a choice between supporting him and supporting Trump.

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"I'm Seth Meyers and I'm here to say: if you like Trump, then go away", he said in a pseudo-rap response to Eminem before putting up his middle finger.

Eminem, whose music is rarely overtly political, made the intervention a year after releasing his last song - also a denunciation of Trump recorded in the run-up to the election.

Eminem, referring to Obama during his sarcasm, argued that he was ' a much more viable alternative ' than Trump.

Cardi B, who has quickly become one of the top women in hip-hop, ruled the night with five awards including best single or her debut track Bodak Yellow.