Eminem tells crowd at 2017 Reading Festival: 'F

Carla Harmon
August 30, 2017

The Real Slim Shady is "not afraid" to make his distaste of Donald Trump known.

Eminem, whose birth name is Marshall Mathers III, led an audience in a call-and-response dig at the U.S.'s commander-in-chief.

During his set Saturday night at the Reading Festival in England, Eminem led the audience in a call-and-response diss to the USA president.

"I don't want to cause any controversy, so I won't say no names". "He then encouraged the crowd for a call back: "'When I say f****, you say Trump".

Meanwhile, it seems that Trump is more interested in getting Mexico to cough up the cash for his long-promised Southern border wall than getting into Eminem's good books.

On Aug. 24, Eminem broke out into a monologue on the president during a concert in Glasgow, Scotland. Eminem then said he had a request of the audience: "When I say '(Expletive),' you say 'Trump!'"

"The website also said the audience cheered and chanted "(Expletive) Donald Trump". "And I just want to take this moment right now to say motherf*** Donald Trump", the rapper declared. "We are the voices".

Chicago-based rapper Vic Mensa asserted "We're not able to hide behind myths of this being a post-racial society because Donald Trump has outlined exactly how a large portion of America feels".

His most recent album was "The Marshall Mathers LP 2" in 2013, but released past year a almost 8-minute track called "Campaign Speech", in which he targeted Trump, the president's supporters and other figures. The track was titled "Campaign Speech".

"Consider me a unsafe man but you should be afraid of this dang candidate", he rapped.

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