Tony Perkins: Eminem's Freestyle Rap Criticizing Trump Was 'Demonic'

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Eminem previously expressed his support for Kaepernick in "Campaign Speech".

With a hoodie over his head and visceral anger in his voice, Eminem rapped freestyle from inside a parking ramp as an entourage stood guard behind him.

"All these awful tragedies and he's bored and would rather cause a Twitter storm with the Packers [NFL team]".

No word yet from Trump, although considering the thinness of his orange skin and propensity for starting (or exacerbating) Twitter wars, we're sure it's not long until Eminem versus The Thing is the latest rap battle we're set to witness.

He returns to the theme later, attacking the president's attempts to suppress the protests, and suggesting the racist motivation that black people should "know their place".

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It comes amid a growing controversy between Trump and his opponents over several African American NFL athletes refusing to stand up for the USA national anthem, a practice known as "taking the knee".

"F- you" the rapper added to those who can't decide.

Here, Eminem accuses Mr Trump of double standards.

Eminem also gave a message to his fans who are Trump's supporters. There's a metaphorical line in the sand, and it's giving many supporters of both more than enough reason for some deep introspection.

However, many fans took glee in recalling the time Mr Trump endorsed Eminem as a presidential candidate in a mock political rally for MTV. The pair say in their response video, "Trump's your president, so get over it".