Supporting Eminem Fans Are Not Happy With His Savage BET Cypher

American rapper Eminem

American rapper Eminem

Eminem's explosive freestyle takedown of President Donald Trump stole the show during Tuesday night's BET Hip-Hop Awards, and Wednesday's late-night comedy broadcasts had a field day with the material.

Eminem's video has already gone viral, for obvious reasons.

Jimmy Fallon's team edited a supercut of Trump's past utterances over a hip-hop beat, dubbing it "a freestyle rap of his own".

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Eminem also derided Mr. Trump as "a kamikaze who will probably cause a nuclear holocaust". "Or do you support this show that constantly mocks and denigrates everything about him?"

James Corden made a couple jokes about Eminem's video, one in particular was quite good, with him saying that Trump responded to Eminem with his own rap that goes, "Will the National Football League players please stand up, please stand up?"

"Now if you're a black athlete you're a spoiled little brat for trying to use your platform or stature to try to give those a voice who don't have one", he said.

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The track is named after the suggestive remarks Donald Trump made last week whilst he was photographed with military leaders.

Eminem's longtime producer Denaun Porter recently said that the 44-year-old rapper had completed an album, which would be his first since 2013.

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