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12 October 2017, 09:10 | Regina Holmes
Legendary American rapper and songwriter, Eminem has aired his opinion about President Trump in a freestyle rap played at the BET Hip Hop Award on Tuesday. Eminem n punches his hand by saying " rest of America is standing", and "We love our army, we love our country, but we hate Trump", he yells.
Eminem also derided Mr. Trump as "a kamikaze who will probably cause a nuclear holocaust". "All these awful tragedies and he's bored and would rather cause a Twitter storm with the Packers", he rapped.
Eminem also took down 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?"
Hours earlier, numerous celebrities rallied around Eminem to both support him and criticize the president - like Lebron James, who shared a photo of The Thing from the Fantastic Four alongside the words, "Racism is the only thing he's Fantasic 4 (fantastic for), cause that's how he gets his rock off, he's orange".
The White House didn't respond to a request for comment on the video, and Trump didn't mention it while tweeting on several issues Wednesday morning.
Eminem rebuked Trump for his strong criticism of National Football League players who kneel during the national anthem before games.
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