His new track, titled "Campaign Speech," was fittingly released hours before tonight's third and final presidential debate (October 19). Throughout the seven-minute-long track, he ruthlessly attacks Donald Trump and supporters of the candidate's platform.
While many took to Twitter to discuss the song's impact, particularly musing about how it may be ironic or problematic for supporters of Trump to remain fans of the white rapper, one person in particular, who just so happens to be the former Imperial Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, decided to sound off with an anti-Eminem rant of his own.
David Duke, who currently is running for a seat in the Louisiana senate, offered his opinion of the song without holding back.
"Eminem is a puppet of [manager] Paul Rosenberg and [Interscope co-founder] Jimmy Iovine," Duke wrote, using three parentheses, which is known for being an anti-Semitic marker used to draw attention to members of the Jewish faith. "For years Eminem has been poisoning the minds of our youth. #rigged."
It's no surprise that Eminem's new song would put a sour taste in the mouth of a former leader and affiliate of the KKK.
Take a look at some of the reactionary tweets to Eminem's "Campaign Speech" below.
Eminem really about to lose the support of my white friends who don't like rap but love Eminem. damn. RIP the Trump loving white Eminem fan— ghost custer (@DAVEseason) October 19, 2016
Welp now we know there's at least one angry white uneducated man who doesn't support Trump #eminem— Moses Mac (@returnofthebmac) October 19, 2016
Eminem talking down on trump in his new song while 90% of his fans support trump gotta be the funniest thing— Travis (@_Sxrxnxdx) October 19, 2016
When trump supporters favorite rapper is Eminem it they find out he doesn't support trump pic.twitter.com/bLfTGIxmGW— Z6 Süber (@LuckySuber) October 19, 2016
Eminem, the man who made a song about raping his own mother & killing his daughters mother, does not approve of Trump.— Donald J. Trump (@P0TUSTrump) October 19, 2016
Eminem dissed Donald Trump on his new track. There goes Trump's chances of winning the 2004 election.— Comedy Central (@ComedyCentral) October 19, 2016
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