One of my favorite rappers, Eminem, has released a profanity laced track dissing Trump. Personally I’m not a Trump fan, but I hope he does well despite this considering I live in the country he is now tasked with running. The track titled “no favors” controversial part regarding Trump is as follows:
I’m anti, can’t no government handle a commando
Your man don’t want it, Trump’s a bitch
I’ll make his whole brand go under (Yeah)
Trump fan or not, this isn’t really a big deal in my opinion. Music artists have always said controversial stuff about politicians and government. This is not something that is specific to hip hop. It happens in rock, it happens in reggae it happens in all forms of artistic expression. Trump wont be the first or last president to be ridiculed by an artist. Frankly I don’t even care that it happened and wouldn’t be writing about this were it not for the reaction tweets of one infowars retard Paul Joseph Watson.
Eminem writes song about violently raping a woman. Feminists must be OUTRAGED, right? Oh wait…. https://t.co/vHLn4VirdD
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) February 4, 2017
He refers to Eminems track “Kim” named after his ex wife, wherein one of the most controversial songs I’ve seen feminist largely ignore, Eminem writes about a fictional scenario where he kills his wife. Pretty controversial stuff without a doubt, and yes, feminists completely ignored it. And notice then how Paul Joseph Watson tweets at feminists like a triggered bitch tattle-tale, sicking feminists on him as if to say “see he’s the real misogynist”.
I’ve always been disgusted by this type of behavior. People like Paul Joseph Watson and his ilk only seem to really have a problem with feminism when it’s directed at them or their political messiah Trump. Once someone criticizes their golden boy they pull this transparent passing of the misogynist buck, in a shameless attempt to curry favor with women. God forbid the female sex is harmed by a fictional song Eminem did about his ex wife. Is anyone under the actual impression that this man would throw his life away, including his relationship with his daughter whom he clearly seems to adore and the millions of dollars he has earned in order to harm/kill his wife? heres another tweet.
Eminem normalizes violence against women by rapping about sexually assaulting Ann Coulter.https://t.co/lg5mEed91k
— Brittany Pettibone (@BrittPettibone) February 4, 2017
How horrible… he made a song rapping about “sexually assaulting” Ann Coulter? and the implication is that…what? he wasn’t doing this in jest? no man in his right mind would ever want to have anything to do with the act of sex, in conjunction with Coulter, and if we are going to assume Eminem was posing any real threat to Coulter, perhaps we should have taken it seriously when she implied that we should start bombing the middle east and forcing them to convert to christianity?
And what is this talk of “normalizing violence against women” that sounds a lot like what a patriarchy theory swilling feminist would say. This is why I do not trust these right wing conspiracy weirdos. They don’t care about feminism as long as it’s not targeting them, and are all to happy to invoke the feminist machine against their political opponents. Just like the leftist SJW’s they hate. At least with the leftists however we see it coming. This kind of passive aggressive gynocentrism largely flies under the radar in the manosphere.
Heres Skeletor herself Ann Coulter talking about Eminem “normalizing violence against women” like a card carrying feminist.
— ass raper 🐙 ~ (@ConfidentSword) February 4, 2017