Seth Meyers Throws Eminem-Style Trump Gauntlet at His Fans

Seth Meyers Throws Eminem-Style Trump Gauntlet at His Fans

Seth Meyers was inspired by Eminem's decision to draw a line in the sand between his fans that support Trump and those who don't, so Meyers chose to give his fans the ultimatum as well.

Eminem's cypher - called "The Storm" - was delivered in a Detroit parking lot, and featured the rapper spewing lines at Trump, calling him a "b-" and slamming him for his comments about Charlottesville, as well as his recent attack on National Football League player protests.

"I'm Seth Meyers and I'm here to say: if you like Trump, then go away", he said in a pseudo-rap response to Eminem before putting up his middle finger. "Get off the fence. I know it's a tough call!" "Or do you support this show that constantly mocks and denigrates everything about him?"

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Since Donald Trump never responded to Eminem's scathing freestyle rap at Tuesday night's BET Hip Hop Awards, the late night TV hosts made a decision to take it into their own hands. Yes, it was also drawing a line in the sand between he and the President.

That thought also seemed to have occurred to the writers over at Late Show. In a cold open, Stephen Colbert imagined a couple in the same parking garage, waiting for Em and his crew to clear out so they could get home.

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