Seth Meyers Throws Eminem-Style Trump Gauntlet at His Fans
- Author: Stacy Houston Oct 15, 2017,
Oct 15, 2017, 1:10
The rapper unveiled The Storm, a four-minute freestyle rap video recorded in a Detroit carpark, as part of BET's Hip Hop Awards.
To date, the Youtube video has garnered almost 26 million views, as he roasted Trump for over four and a half minutes.
On Wednesday's Late Night, the host addressed the rapper's freestyle takedown of President Donald Trump, saying, "Powerful stuff". And he's got Donald Trump's vote. Maaaaan, F**K TRUMP 4reals tho. Walking on egg shells, I came to stomp. This is his form of distraction, plus he get enormous reaction.
He also chided Trump for his responses to the devastation in Puerto Rico from Hurricane Maria and that of mass shooting in Las Vegas.
Eminem also took down Mr Trump's recently unveiled plan for tax cuts, questioning, "Then who's going to pay for his extravagant trips back and forth with his fam to his golf resorts and his mansions?"
Google, Facebook help spread bad info after Las Vegas attack
This narrative, backed by no evidence or confirmation of Danley's involvement in the Las Vegas shooting , spread quickly. The Gateway Pundit , a far-right website, published a story declaring that the person 4chan had named was the culprit.
Last month Trump unveiled a Republican framework for tax reform that calls for sweeping tax cuts and a simplification of the tax code.
This line comes before the rapper says Trump is ignoring America's racist past.
"Eminem and many artists make an important cultural contribution, and we need to imbed within our culture that voting is an obligation, is a responsibility, and that if you don't vote, that's not a protest", Ellison said.
"That's not disrespecting the military", the star adds. John McCain, who spent five years as a prisoner during the Vietnam War.
"I was at the White House today, and it's like they're under siege by the left", Perkins told listeners. It seems that the majority of the double-supporters' sentiments run towards preferring political neutrality, even as it becomes more and more clear that the middle ground on Trump is harder and harder to find.