Published: Thu, October 12, 2017
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Seth Meyers Throws Eminem-Style Trump Gauntlet at His Fans

Seth Meyers Throws Eminem-Style Trump Gauntlet at His Fans

Meanwhile, Seth Meyers felt inspired to spit some rhymes: "My name is Seth and I'm here to say-if you like Trump then go away".

Eminem's cypher - called "The Storm" - was delivered in a Detroit parking lot, and featured the rapper spewing lines at Trump, calling him a "b-" and slamming him for his comments about Charlottesville, as well as his recent attack on National Football League player protests.

Meyers joked that he isn't much of a rapper, but had created his own rap to his fans that support Trump.

He said: "It's time to make a decision, guys".

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Hot on the heels of "The Storm", Eminem's furious freestyle evisceration of President Trump that aired during the BET Hip-Hop Awards Tuesday night, comes news that rising Compton rapper Boogie has signed with Shady Records, Em's label in partnership with longtime manager Paul Rosenberg.

Eminem also targeted those who claimed to be supporters of both him and Trump, telling them they had to choose to either stand beside him or the president. "Get off the fence".

"He says "F" Trump supporters.well.we say "F" you back!"

Over on CBS, James Corden also joked about the video, noting that it was shot in a parking garage, which made it "a really intense shoot-not because Eminem was taking down the president, but because they had to get the whole crew out of the parking structure in under an hour, or it was going to be 20 bucks a auto".

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