Never one to shy away from controversy, Eminem is taking his frustrations with Donald Trump to centre stage.
On Sunday (Aug. 27), the "Stan" rapper shared his distaste for 45 before a sea of fans during his festival performance in Leeds, England. "I don't want to cause any controversy, so I won't say no names," Em started off his rant. "But, this motherf*cker Donald Trump I can't stand."
The Shady Records CEO then proceeded to lead the screaming crowd into a "F*ck Trump" chant, just before performing his track "White America," off of 2002's The Eminem Show album. Em's denouncing of the president seems to be a recurring theme during his sets, with his latest antics coming just three days after he wore a "FACK TRUMP" T-shirt during his concert at Glasgow's Bellahouston Park in Scotland.
Earlier this month, the rapper released "No Favors," in which he aired his grievances with the president. "I'm anti, can't no government handle a commando/ Your man don't want it, Trump's a b**** I'll make his whole brand go under," Em raps on the impassioned track that touches on issues like police brutality, the Flint water crisis, racism in America.