In the taped segment, apparently filmed Friday in a downtown Detroit parking garage, the rapper described the president as "a kamikaze that'll probably cause a nuclear holocaust" - complete with a handful of references bleeped for the television audience. Starting and stopping his performance methodically, he churned out bars that were lyrical jabs at the former Celebrity Apprentice host - particularly his use of social media and how he spews out his thoughts.
The rap, called "The Storm", mentioned North Korea, the border wall, the NFL, Puerto Rico, gun reform, white supremacists carrying torches and other issues.
Em not only defended Colin Kaepernick and annihilated #45, he denounced any fan of his who supports Trump.
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He said that the police will initiate strict action against those who are spreading lies through social media. The police have started a comprehensive investigation under the Cyber division to trace the message's origin.
In the four-minute acapella rap Tuesday night, Eminem insulted Trump for his tweets, his response to Puerto Rico and the attention he gives to the National Football League, and much more. And if you can't decide who you like more and you're split on who you should stand beside, I'll do it for you with this: "f-k you".
Eminem's freestyle follows increasing rumors the rapper is readying a new album for a November 17 release.
The BET Hip-Hop Awards Cyphers have always been a highlight of this cultural rite of passage, with previous iterations featuring truly iconic verses from the likes of Mos Def, Black Thought, Eminem, Royce Da 5'9, CyHi The Prynce, Phonte Coleman, and Lupe Fiasco.