Detroit rapper Eminem headlined the Glasgow Summer Sessions in the United Kingdom over the weekend, and during the three shows he performed he voiced his opinion over President Donald Trump.
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While wearing a shirt that said "FACK TRUMP," Slim Shady spoke to the crowd ahead of a performance of 2002 hit political song "White America."
"Now s*** ain't going so well in the states so I want to take this moment right now to say mother f*** Donald Trump," Eminem said to applause and cheers.
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He also started a "F*** Trump" chant at the show in Reading.