Renowned rapper Eminem has decided to take a firm stand against President Trump and went all out on him in a song called “No Favors” which has been flooded with profanity.
The song will be released in rapper Big Sean’s album called “I Decided” which is scheduled to come out as of this upcoming Friday.
In the song Eminem takes a stand on situations in the country such as active racism, the Flint water crisis, and the increased police brutality.
“Your man don’t want it, Trump’s a b**** I’ll make his whole brand go under,” is just one verse Eminem sang in the track.
This song comes just in time as activists as well as hip-hop artists have been preparing for more battles and challenges against President Trump and his team.
The battle extends as well to Sen. Jeff Sessions, who could possibly be appointed by Mr. Trump as attorney general.
Several have expressed their concerns on this matter as he may severely deteriorate the reformation regarding criminal justice. At this moment the White House has not yet responded or made any statement on the matter.
Eminem’s Stance Known
The Detroit rapper back in October had also carried out a freestyle rap that went on for eight minutes in which he expressed his anger and views towards the U.S. election of 2016 and shunned those who supported Donald Trump.
One such verse was “A f***** loose cannon who’s blunt with his hand on the button/Who doesn’t have to answer to no one.”
This verse came after Eminem had stated that those who support him should be afraid of such a man, adding that the only thing they wanted was a man who can support his own campaign from his own pockets.
For about 30 years hip-hop artists have been praising and idolizing the wealth and power of Donald Trump and have expressed it in their lyrics. However, in 2016 this matter switched and took a reverse turn.