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Trump 'Endorsed' Eminem During His 2004 'Shady National Convention — FLASHBACK

Trump 'Endorsed' Eminem During His 2004 'Shady National Convention — FLASHBACK

The Detroit rapper's cypher, "The Storm", has been swirling on Facebook and trending on Twitter since he let it fly Tuesday night for the BET Hip-Hop Awards, earning plaudits from musicians and athletes.

"It's like we take a step forwards then backwards, but this is his form of distraction, plus he gets an enormous reaction, when he attacks the National Football League so we focus on that and, instead of talking Puerto Rico or gun reform for Nevada, all these awful tragedies and he's bored or would rather, cause a Twitter storm with the Packers".

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"But we better give Obama props/ 'Cause what we got in office now's a kamikaze". In his most recent statements about him from late September, James called Trump a "bum" for disinviting Stephen Curry from the White House after the Golden State Warriors' guard said he would talk over a White House visit with the team.

It was a slick looking gimmick to introduce Eminem's satellite radio channel and featured Trump seeming to throw his support behind Eminem in a bid for the presidency. "All these awful tragedies and he's bored and would rather cause a Twitter storm with the Packers". Fast forward 13 years and this bromance is about as cold as Trump's relationship with the media. Kapearnick later shared a tweet, thanking the rapper for his support. It was watched by an additional another 340,000 and garnered a 0.17 rating on MTV's simulcast. However, Cardi's meteoric rise has been undeniable and the awards show recognized such.