Most A-list celebrities on small screen, big screen, and in the music scene dislike Donald Trump. That is putting it nicely. Trump supporters like Scott Baio should not even be considered celebrity supporters — not when you weigh them up against the actual, for real celebs that speak out against Trump.
Eminem has also let it be known that he is not a fan of Trump. He made that clear in his song, “Campaign Speech.” He let it be known again at a Glasgow, Scotland concert by sharing that Americans may need a place to stay under a Trump administration. He told the crowd:
‘Ladies and gentleman, Scotland might have to be our new home because right now sh*t ain’t going so well in the States, and I just want to take this moment out right now and say motherf*** Donald Trump.’
Though he’s offered up some questionable songs in the past geared towards women and same-sex couples, you can’t argue with the message of “Motherf*** Donald Trump.”
“I JUST WANNA TAKE THIS MOMENT OUT RIGHT NOW AND SAY MOTHERFUCK DONALD TRUMP” – EMINEM ?? pic.twitter.com/No6jXiO7UJ
— MATHƎRS (@LinesofEminem) August 24, 2017
During the show, he also wore a t-shirt that said “FACK TRUMP.”
Twitter loved the video and shirt, and fans responded accordingly with the hashtag #FACKTRUMP. Some haters had to hate; however, it was mostly a positive response from Twitter users.
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