LeBron James, Ellen DeGeneres and more react to Eminem’s takedown of Trump
While web-based social networking sits tight for Donald Trump to react to Eminem – who called out the president in a free-form rap amid Tuesday night’s BET Hip-Hop Awards – there were a lot of other people who responded on Twitter.
The Detroit-conceived rapper recorded a four-minute-and-34-second long video, which appeared amid the honors appear. Eminem, whose given name is Marshall Mathers, shot Trump for everything from disregarding tragedies for “causing a Twitter storm” to “bolster for the Klansman” and criticizing Hillary Clinton. He likewise alludes to Trump as “this supremacist 94-year-old grandpa” in the irreverence filled free-form rap recorded in a parking structure in Eminem’s home city.
Inside hours of airing on YouTube, it was at that point the No. 1 slanting video with more than 1.5 million perspectives.
Eminem impacts Donald Trump in free-form rap at BET Hip-Hop Awards
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Trump, known to react to his commentators on Twitter, presently can’t seem to tweet about the video. In any case, a lot of others have, including LeBron James, who alluded to one of Eminem’s lines in his tweet.
“Prejudice is the main thing he’s Fantastic 4 (phenomenal for),” James composed, posting a picture of The Thing, the orange rough anecdotal hero.
Ellen DeGeneres responded with a heart emoticon.
I ?? @Eminem.
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) October 11, 2017
George Takei tweeted, “An intense arraignment of the President, to be sure.”
Entertainer Bill Eichner said Eminem had been perusing his tweets.
Extremely cool to see that Eminem has been perusing my tweets.
— billy eichner (@billyeichner) October 11, 2017
After Eminem got on Trump’s quarrel with NFL players who bow amid the national song of praise in dissent of racial shamefulness, previous San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who is to a great extent credited for beginning the challenge development, tweeted a connection to the video.
“I welcome you Eminem,” he composed nearby the connection.
Different rappers tolled in, including Sean “Diddy” Combs, who tweeted, “This is for Collin (sic) bunch together a clench hand!!”
Secure Eminem at all cost
— T-Pain (@TPAIN) October 11, 2017
Whoa. Rap God. @Eminem much obliged. Potentttt
— J. Cole (@JColeNC) October 11, 2017
Different performers voiced their help too, including nation vocalist Jennifer Nettles.
Woke toward the beginning of today to find that Eminem had just been woke. On ??.
— Jennifer Nettles (@JenniferNettles) October 11, 2017