Rapper Eminem has been one of Trump’s most vocal opponents ever since the President was first sworn in, but on his latest album, he goes a step further, rapping about locking Ivanka Trump in the trunk of his car, and later killing her.
But thankfully, even Eminem supporters (and other Trump detractors) are coming out and vocally protesting what the rapper has said.
From Conservative Tribune:
Rapper Eminem’s latest album, “Revival,” released earlier this month, contains a song in which he appears to envision himself locking Donald Trump’s oldest daughter, Ivanka, in the trunk of his car after killing her.
“Donald Duck’s on as the Tonka Truck in the yard, but dog, how the f*** is Ivanka Trump in the trunk of my car?” the lyrics read, according to Genius. “Gotta get to the bottom of it to try to solve it.”
In case the lyrics make zero sense to you, let me explain. The song, “Framed” begins with Eminem giving vague details about himself “murdering females.”
It then pivots to him being pulled over by a police officer and exclaiming to the cop, “I was framed.”
“I know what this looks like, officers,” he raps. “Please just give me one minute, I think I can explain. I ain’t murdered nobody … I’m almost certain I was framed.”
After then describing the shock of finding Ivanka’s body in his trunk, Eminem explicitly admits he feels “somewhat responsible for the dumb little blonde girl, that motherf***in’ baton twirler that got dumped in the pond.”
He basically admits that he murdered Ivanka and then tried to hide her body in the trunk of his car.
Why on earth would Eminem spit such disturbing lyrics? Because, frankly, he’s completely mental. Ever since Trump won the 2016 election, the guy’s been completely off his rocker.
From dropping vicious anti-Trump tracks to later whining about Trump “not paying attention to me,” the guy’s made it clear he desperately needs a therapist.
But instead of responding to Eminem’s latest antics with outrage, we should be thankful, and here’s why: Because even leftists are beginning to call him out.
The Daily Mail cited the potential for controversy, saying, “Not all of the political bent on ‘Revival’ is likely to sit comfortably even with Trump’s opponents. Eminem, whose songs have often imagined violence against women, depicts Trump’s daughter and adviser Ivanka inside his car’s trunk on ‘Framed.’”
British site Unilad condemned the lyrics as well: “The issue here is not his calling out of Trump, that’s something which he is well within his rights doing, and quite a lot of his fans will surely be lapping it up, but violence against women should not be used as a storytelling tool on either side of the political spectrum.”
Do you think that Eminem has gone too far with the things recorded on his latest album? Let us know in the comments!