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Music / Politics PopWrapped | Music

Eminem Brands Trump A "Loose Cannon" In New Single "Campaign Speech"

Rain Varela | PopWrapped Author

Rain Varela

Staff Writer
10/26/2016 4:09 pm
PopWrapped | Music
Eminem Brands Trump A
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It is no secret that a large number of cultural icons and celebrities do not like Trump. Despite all this, he is still able to maintain a large number of loyal followers.

With this in mind, the stars have utilized whatever medium they could use to reach out to their fans to urge them not to support the billionaire in his bid for Presidency. While some have chosen to simply write their thoughts, there are also those who used their art. has released a music video to the tune of his song "Grab'M By The Pussy". Now, rapper Eminem has followed in his footsteps and released his own anti-Trump track, "Campaign Speech".

The rap single actually covers a myriad of topics, and the part about Trump starts at the 3:22 mark.

These are the lyrics to the anti-Trump segment where Eminem refers to Trump as a loose cannon:

Run the faucet, I'ma dunk

A bunch of Trump supporters underwater

Snuck up on 'em in Ray Bans in a gray van with a spray tan

It's a wrap, like an Ace bandage

Don't-give-a-fuck persona, to my last DNA strand

E&J in the waistband, at the VMAs with the stagehand

She wants kielbasa, pre-arrange an escape plan

Three-inch blade on point, like a See-and-Say

Consider me a dangerous man

But you should be afraid of this dang candidate

You say Trump don't kiss ass like a puppet

'Cause he runs his campaign with his own cash for the fundin'

And that's what you wanted

A fuckin' loose cannon who's blunt with his hand on the button

Who doesn't have to answer to no one—great idea!

There are some who would criticize celebrities for using their talent this way, saying things like they are "too political" and should just stick to entertainment. But the truth is art, and, yes!, even performance art, has always been political. It is, after all, a form of expression.

What are your thoughts on Eminem's song?


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