Rappers Big Sean and Eminem go violent and misogynistic in latest “song” about Trump and Ann Coulter


This “rap song” is disturbing on so many levels. It’s not “art.” It’s a flat out call for violence against Trump and Ann Coulter. This “song” is entitled, “No Favors.”

From Yahoo: Hip-hop superstar Eminem has returned with a fresh attack on US President Donald Trump, contributing an angry verse on the new album of Big Sean.

The lyrics mark the latest political intervention by Eminem, who re-emerged weeks before the November 8 election with a charged, eight-minute freestyle rap against the billionaire Republican.

On “No Favors,” a track on Big Sean’s album “I Decided.” which came out Friday, Eminem and the fellow Detroit rapper both boast of rising from humble means as they question the world’s direction.

Eminem declares himself an avowed opponent of Trump and his administration: “I’m anti / Can’t no government handle a commando … I’ll make his whole brand go under.”

The rapper denounces the racial dynamics behind the white tycoon’s campaign and reserves his most heated verses for Ann Coulter, a conservative commentator known for her provocative statements.

Eminem — in his trademark delivery of super-fast verses that crescendo in anger — imagines acts of violence against Coulter including running her over with a car.

“Gotta make an example of her / That’s for Sandra Bland… and Philando,” he raps, in reference to two African Americans whose deaths following police traffic stops triggered protests.

Eminem similarly imagined vengeance in his October song “Campaign Speech,” in which he spoke of attacking George Zimmerman, the volunteer neighborhood watchman in Florida who shot dead African American teenager Trayvon Martin as he walked home with iced tea and candy (As if, according to Yahoo, Zimmerman just up and shot Martin for walking. Keep that narrative going, Yahoo.)

Eminem, the best-selling rapper of all time and by far the most prominent white artist in hip-hop, was rarely described as political as he built his career in the 1990s. But in interviews he has long identified with the political left, even as his songs — often rapped in character — have generated controversy for derogatory lines about women and gays. Eminem has said he is working on a new studio album, which would be his first since 2013.

“I Decided.,” the fourth album by Big Sean, is a concept album about a man who is reborn and sees the same life with new eyes.

Some of the lyrics (as noted in the video above) that this Yahoo article fails to mention:

 “And fuck Ann Coulter with a Klan poster. With a lamp post, door handle, shutter. A damn bolt cutter, a sandal, a can opener, a candle, rubber. Piano, a flannel, sucker, some hand soap, butter. A banjo and manhole cover, Hand over the mouth, and nose smother,”

According to Breitbart, Big Sean recently appeared on New York radio station Hot 97 and fantasized about killing Donald Trump.

“I know Jay proud of me, he put this ’round my neck. And I might just kill ISIS with the same icepick. That I murder Donald Trump in the same night with,” Big Sean rapped during a freestyle performance.

Paging the Secret Service.

h/t Breitbart


11 responses to “Rappers Big Sean and Eminem go violent and misogynistic in latest “song” about Trump and Ann Coulter

  1. Kevin J Lankford

    I have always said rap is the poorest excuse for music ever created. always nothing but confrontational bull. How any body can get rich babbling that nonsense is beyond me. I guess I just can not suppress my synapses to function in such a state of mental disarray, dystopia, and just plain primitive tribal level.

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    • Rap destroyed our music culture of the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s

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    • The funny thing is that most of rap music is pretty vile, but there is a very conscious, very deep level to rap that of course would never get any radio play. But there are some outstanding rappers that actually discuss very real topics, in far more interesting ways than most music. From the sounds of it, the only rap that you have been exposed to is the mainstream garbage. I would much rather hear rap than 99% of pop music that gets played on the radio. They slip their nasty messages into the subconcious youth without the use of vulgarities, but the lyrics are full of innuendo, and vile behavior. Even the music of the 60’s 70’s and 80’s was full of innuendo and nastiness.

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  2. Why aren’t the Secret Service and law enforcement doing something about these death threats? The more they are tolerated, the worse it gets. Coulter should sue these rappers.

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    • I keep asking the same thing. I really don’t understand what is going on with Federal law enforcement. And you are right about the more its tolerated the worse it gets. Someone is going to listen to this detritus and feel it his obligation to act on it.

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  3. The biggest issue with radicals is they don’t know that while they’re all wrapped up in themselves , they make really tiny packages !

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  4. One word: Guantanimo


  5. There ought to be a law

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  7. First of all thanks for identifying who the USEFUL IDIOTS are, and the celebrities to avoid-if this all the art you got-
    in the 60’s and 70’s we believed in toleration and freedom,
    today what is going on on the LEFT is COMMUNISM, LGBT PERVERSION, MIND CONTROL;
    BERKELEY, which used to symbolize the bastion of free speech just destroyed their campus, with criminal involvement by the politicians and faculty of Berkeley-BECAUSE THEY REFUSED THE 1ST AMENDMENT RIGHT OF BREITRBART

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  8. And I see You Tube has blocked the video, and they did many others on You Tube due to copy right by UMG. Don’t want the lyrics to be heard perhaps?

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