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12 October 2017, 10:36
The rapper is facing some backlash.
Eminem is facing backlash from fans after unleashing his scathing anti-Trump freestyle.
The Detroit native debuted the savage four-minute rap, which fired some serious shots at the current President, during the BET Hip-Hop Awards 2017 this week.
While many viewers praised the politically-charged performance, some fans who voted for Trump were quick to express their disdain.
"Used to be a big Eminem fan. No longer." said one user.
"He says "F" Trump supporters....well....we say "F" you back!"
Used to be a big Eminem fan. No longer. He says "F" Trump supporters....well....we say "F" you back!— Shawn Patrick (@DrBenCarsonites) 12 October 2017
Shameful!! You just lost a fan!!! YOU are what's wrong with this country...#MAGA— Aimee Wages (@AimeeWages) 11 October 2017
Lost all respect for you. MAGA!— Liz fein (@Lizfein1) 11 October 2017
Sad to say I’m no longer a Eminem fan! #trump— Colin Juban (@c_juban) 11 October 2017
@Eminem I voted for Trump, what you gonna do about it. Don't worry no longer a fan. F@!k you too boy!— 50caliber (@brianlee50cal) 11 October 2017
Despite the negative response from some Trump supporters, the rapper received widespread acclaim for the passionate performance across social media.
NFL star Colin Kaepernick took to Twitter to thank Slim Shady for his shoutout in the freestyle.
Meanwhile, recent reports suggest that Eminem is preparing to drop his hotly-anticipated new album as early as November 2017.
The rapper is allegedly set to appear on P!nk’s new album on an "unbelievable" collaboration titled 'Revenge'.