Eminem Attacks Trump in New Album, Calls Him ‘Evil Serpent’

Eminem Attacks Trump in New Album, Calls Him ‘Evil Serpent’

Rapper lashes out at his president during new LP

When a failing celebrity hopes to reboot their career these days, it seems as though the go-to marketing technique is to simply jump on board the Trump-bashing train.

“Used to have success but now everyone’s forgotten you? No problem. Publically discredit your president and liberals will lap it up.”

In his latest album, that was released on Thursday, rapper Enimen seems to have bought into this sales pitch for the second time as he attacks President Trump, again, referring to him as an “evil serpent.”

“I empathize with the people this evil serpent sold the dream to that he’s deserted,” Eminem raps as he takes a shot at Trump on his new album “Kamikaze.”

Breitbart reports: Eminem also claims that the Secret Service visited him after he took shots at Trump in a freestyle rap last year.

“Sent the Secret Service/to meet in person to see if I really think of hurting him/or ask if I’m linked to terrorists/ I said, ‘Only when it comes to ink and lyricists.’” the 45-year-old rapped.

In last year’s freestyle, Eminem rapped, “we better give Obama props, ‘Cause what we got in office now’s a kamikaze, That’ll probably cause a nuclear holocaust.”

He also rapped that Trump’s wall better be “rock solid with bricks, ‘Cause like him in politics, I’m usin’ all of his tricks, ‘Cause I’m throwin’ that piece of shit against the wall ’til it sticks.”

Eminem’s new album comes after his “Revival” album which was released last December.

On “Revival,” he rapped with a similar political motivation, calling Trump an “Aryan” and talking about kidnapping Ivanka Trump.

He’s also rapped about Ann Coulter, saying, “And f*ck Ann Coulter with a Klan poster. 

“With a lamp post, door handle, shutter. 

“A damn bolt cutter, a sandal, a can opener, a candle, rubber. Piano, a flannel, sucker, some hand soap, butter. 

“A banjo and manhole cover.”

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