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What he’s doing putting people against each other is scary fucking shit. You know, there was even a time when I was mad at what was going on. I just feel mad that Trump’s sold people a dream that’s never coming true. And like I said, I most want people to take a second and think about what I’m saying.
His election was such a disappointment to me about the state of the country. It’s more that I want him to answer me because I got ideas for all kinds of shit to say back to him if he does. I’m not going to give any away now, but I’ve got lines ready if he says something about me. Seventeen or eighteen years ago, when you were first breaking through in a big way, you were being held up as this scary embodiment of white-working-class alienation.
Yeah, though maybe I’d use a different word than ridiculous.
There’s some dissonance hearing you — in the space of a couple tracks — go from trying to be good-faith woke about race and politics to being rough about women.
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He and I are talking a few days before the December 15 release of his new LP, , an album that saw its run-up dominated by chatter about how much anti-Trump content it would include.
And while it’s commonplace for musicians to criticize the president, it’s less common for artists of Eminem’s stature (i.e. “I’m not worried about whether people like what I say politically,” he says. As long as I have people’s ears, I have to say what I think is right.” I was only able to listen the new album once before talking to you, and I gotta say, hearing tracks like “Untouchable” and “Like Home,” where you’re rapping about systemic racism and politics–I know where you’re going. You want to know how I can rap about that stuff and also rap about fucking ridiculous shit.
Here is an example of one that we just finished servicing this week.
This Gator was brought in because it was blowing out LOTS …
Do those poles just coexist more peacefully for you than they do for me?