Eminem Complains Trump Isn’t Paying Attention to Him

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Every celebrity and their mother has attempted to capitalize off of Trump Derangement Syndrome – with varying levels of success.

In perhaps the most notable example, alleged-comedian Kathy Griffin attempted to jump-start her career by holding up a beheaded effigy in the image of Trump…. which ended up torpedoing her grasp at fame. Just last week, she released a video weeping about not being able to find work after being “blacklisted.”

Rapper Eminem, meanwhile, was at least able to not get himself into any trouble when he used his platform to attack President Trump. At the Hip Hop Awards hosted by the BET, the rapper tore into President Trump, and told his Trumpsupporting listeners to choose between him and the President.

Rather than cry after facing an explosive reaction from President Trump and company (as was the case of Kathy), Eminem is finding himself ticked off regarding Trump’s lack of response.

According to The Hill, “Eminem criticized President Trump again in a new interview, this time expressing his anger that Trump has yet to respond to an anti-Trump song the rapper performed at the 2017 BET awards. In an interview with Shade 45, Eminem’s channel on Sirius XM radio, the rapper said that he ‘can’t stand’ Trump and is furious that Trump has ignored the rapper’s viral video slamming the president and his supporters.”

Here’s what the aging rapper said “I was and still am extremely angry. I can’t stand that motherf—er. I feel like he’s not paying attention to me. I was kind of waiting for him to say something and for some reason, he didn’t say anything.”

Listen below (language warning):


How tragic.

Maybe he’ll just have to resort to being nice.

Meanwhile, on Twitter, Trump supporters mocked Eminem for being a thin-skinned crybaby desperate for attention:


Wow, Eminem truly is a loser.

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