A lot of stars are mad at President Donald Trump and have not hesitated to take a dig at him. Now the king of rap Eminem blasted the president and called him a 'bitch,' at the 2017 BET Hip Hop Awards on Tuesday, reported IBTimesUs. He ripped off Trump in his performance lyrically and surprised all.The rapper totally got fired up and assassinated Trump verbally.
The brutal freestyle rap that he performed came down to calling Trump things like "The Storm," from racism to white (or orange) male privilege, political distractions, and nukes. The lyrics have taken the social media by storm and the rap legend annihilated not just Trump but his followers as he touched upon various issues like how he only focussed on the NFL instead of the hurricane devastation and also regarding the gun control in Las Vegas. Then he also rapped about Trump being a racist and says that racism is the only thing he is fantastic for. The rapper also criticized him for tax reform and wasteful spending.
44-year-old Eminem, "The Real Slim Shady" rapper once used to be the star of the BET Hip Hop Awards but he was absent from the scene for quite some time so fans were excited to see him blurt out some harsh verse.
In 2009 the rapper had given a performance with Black Thought and Mos Def. After that in 2011, he came back with a power pack performance with Slaughterhouse, Yelawolf, and Royce Da 5'9″. Ever since then he had disappeared and earlier the host of the BET Hip Hop Awards, DJ Khaled via Instagram had said that Eminem would return to the awards. Before the Instagram post, he had also dropped a message on Twitter saying "Fan luv! Did the @eminem freestyle verse come in yet!!" "BE READY! Tune in tonight !! @bet!!! #hiphopawards #MAJORVERSEALERT! This is BIG!!" he wrote.
Meanwhile, some reports suggest that the rap king is working on his new album which could release next month. There are other reports saying the rapper will also be featuring on Pink's new album and will be performing at Little Caesars Arena and at Van Andel Arena in 2018.
— BET (@BET) October 11, 2017