Rapper Eminem released a surprise album on Thursday — and it’s clear he hasn’t given up on dissing the president.
In the song “The Ringer,” Eminem claims that he was visited by the Secret Service after he first rapped about the president of the United States.
He says Donald Trump “sent the Secret Service to meet in person, to see if I really think of hurtin’ him, or ask if I’m linked to terrorists.”
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He also rapped about the president, “I empathize with the people this evil serpent sold the dream to that he’s deserted.”
The song only gets more political from there — as the Detroit-born musician (yes, he does) mentions Vice President Mike Pence’s privates.
In another completely brave and not-at-all safe move, Eminem also goes after disgraced producer and alleged sexual predator Harvey Weinstein in the song “Not Alike.”
Eminem first made headlines for attacking President Trump when he debuted a freestyle at last year’s BET Awards.
Since then, he has repeatedly blasted the president in interviews.
He told Vulture last year that Trump makes his “blood boil” and that he hopes the president “gets impeached.”
In a previous song, Eminem also called the president a “b****” and joked about conservative commentator Ann Coulter being sexually assaulted.
Eminem’s new album is titled “Kamikaze,” and it features 13 songs, including the song “Venom,” which is tied to the upcoming Tom Hardy-starring comic book adaptation that will be hitting theaters in October.
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He had previously teased the “Venom” song on Twitter, but there was no official word on his new album until it dropped.
— Marshall Mathers (@Eminem) August 30, 2018
Eminem was once a pretty original voice in music. Sure, he was vulgar — but the man had a lot to say and he spoke for struggling blue-collar young men everywhere, especially in such American cities as Detroit.
Today he’s just another A-lister with nothing to say — so he makes anti-Trump songs and goofy comic book tunes in a lame attempt to stay relevant.
To find out more about Eminem’s new album, check out the video below: