Eminem Rips Into ‘Loose Cannon’ Trump In Savage Election Freestyle
Eminem has never been afraid to voice his opinion, and he just made it very clear he’s not a fan of Donald Trump or his supporters.
The rapper hasn’t released an album in quite some time. But he just dropped a brand new track – “Campaign Song” – to let people know he’s still on the grind.
In a tweet, he said,
Don’t worry I’m working on an album! Here’s something meanwhile.
Don't worry I'm working on an album! Here's something meanwhile. https://t.co/QX3cdpqFD2
— Marshall Mathers (@Eminem) October 19, 2016
“Campaign Song” is almost eight minutes long, and it feels a lot more like a freestyle or rant than a song.
Attempting to fully grasp everything he discusses in this track is virtually impossible the first time you listen to it. This man is completely on another level.
At one point in the song (which is mind-blowing and reminds you that Eminem is not someone you want to mess with), the rapper rips into Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Consider me a dangerous man
But you should be afraid of this dang candidate
You say Trump don’t kiss ass like a puppet?
‘Cause he runs his campaign with his own cash for the funding?
And that’s what you wanted?
A fuckin’ loose cannon who’s blunt with his hand on the button
Who doesn’t have to answer to no one?
He also attacked Trump supporters:
Run the faucet
I’m a dunk a bunch of Trump supporters underwater
This isn’t the first time Eminem has delved into politics in his music. He famously attacked President George W. Bush in the song, “Mosh.”
But there was a time when Eminem and Trump got along.
Back in 2004, Trump actually endorsed the rapper for president. At the time, the real estate mogul said,
I’m Donald Trump, I’m always right. I know a winner when I see one, and Donald Trump is telling you right now, Slim Shady is a winner. He’s got brains, he’s got guts and he’s got Donald Trump’s vote!
Things have obviously changed, given that Eminem is clearly not willing to reciprocate by endorsing Trump.
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