Eminem DESTROYS Donald Trump, Jokes About Murdering Ivanka on New Album!

Eminem has made it abundantly clear that he’s not a big fan of our current president.

(And seriously, how heartbreaking is it that we still have to refer to Donald Trump as “our current president”?)

He slammed Trump in a song he released in 2015, and in another he released in 2015, but his harshest criticism came in October when he shared a little freestyle at the BET Hip Hop Awards.

He touched on the controversy surrounding the professional athletes that have chosen to kneel during the national anthem before games as a form of protest and Trump’s ridiculous reaction to them.

“Now, if you’re a black athlete, you’re a spoiled little brat for trying to use your platform or your stature to try to give those a voice who don’t have one,” he rapped.

“He gets an enormous reaction when he attacks the NFL, so we focus on that instead of talking Puerto Rico or gun reform for Nevada. All these horrible tragedies and he’s bored and would rather cause a Twitterstorm with the Packers.”

Then, to his massive fan base, he stated “Any fan of mine who’s a supporter of his, I’m drawing a line in the sane. You’re either for or against, and if you can’t decide who you like more and you’re split on who you stand beside, I’ll do it for you with this.”

He then flipped off the camera, making it clear that he’s not interested in sharing fans with Trump.

It was all pretty intense, right?

But it looks like he was saving even more vitriol for his new album.

Eminem released the album, titled Revival, yesterday, and he dedicated an entire song to Trump. The song is called “Like Home,” and it features vocals by Alicia Keys.

He kicked off the very first verse with “Someone get this Aryan a sheet, time to bury him, so tell him to prepare to get impeached. Everybody on your feet.”‘

“This chump barely even sleeps, all he does is watch Fox News like a parrot and repeats while he looks like a canary with a beak.”

“Why you think he banned transgenders from the military with a tweet?” he asked. “He’s trying to divide us. The sh-t’s like a cult, but like Johnny he’ll only unite us. ‘Cause nothing inside drives us like this fight does.”

He admitted that “our spirits’ crushed” and it’s “hard to deal” with things right now, “but there’s always tomorrow still.”

“If we start from the scratch like a scab, get the scars to heal and band together for Charlottesville, and for Heather [Heyer, the woman killed in Charlottesville], fallen heroes.”

In the second verse though, he really went in on Trump:

Didn’t wanna piss your base off, did ya? / Can’t denounce the Klan, ‘cause they play golf with ya

You stay on Twitter, way to get your hate off / Nazi, I do not see a way y’all differ

And all you got are race cards / Better get the swastika with your name carved in it / Should be your trademark, ‘cause hate’s all you played off / And you just lick the plate off

So I guess it pays to feed off of chaos / So basically, you’re Adolf Hitler / But you ain’t ruining our country, punk / Or taking our pride from us, you won’t define us

‘Cause like a dictionary, things are looking up / So much, got a sprained beck, know we would rise up against this train wreck and take a stand

In the bridge, Alicia Keys sings “I won’t give up on my home, that so many died for, you already know that I won’t give up.”

It’s actually pretty emotional.

It’s also not the only time he mentions a Trump on the album — on a track called “Frame,” he gets a little less realistic and a lot, lot darker.

The song is all about murder and just awful, violent crimes — the point is that just because he says terrible things in his songs doesn’t mean he actually does them. It really is pretty dark.

In the second verse, he raps “Woke up, it was dawn, musta knew something was wrong. Think I’m becoming a monster ‘cause of the drugs that I’m on. Donald Duck’s on as the Tonka Trunk in the yard.”

“But dog, how the f-ck is Ivanka Trump in the trunk of my car? Gotta get to the bottom of it to try to solve it. Must go above and beyond, ‘cause it’s incumbent upon me, ‘cause I feel somewhat responsible for the dumb little blonde.”

So yes, it seems pretty safe to say that he has a whole, whole lot of anger for this entire family.

Do you think Eminem is going too far with these new songs?


Alyssa Milano Destroys Matt Damon Over Sexual Harassment Comments

When it comes to the debate on sexual harassment and misconduct in Hollywood, Alyssa Milano has just made it very clear:

She’s the boss.

The actress – who has been as responsible as anyone for promoting the #MeToo movement and who has been a vocal supporter of every woman who has recently spoken out – took to Twitter on Friday night and straight up owned Matt Damon.

The typically beloved star has been criticized mightily over the past 24 hours.

He spoke to Peter Travers of ABC News this week and made far too many attempts to parse the differences between various acts that have gotten men in trouble of late.

From Al Franken resigning from the Senate for grabbing the butts of women… to Louis CK admitting he masturbated in front of women… to Matt Lauer being fired for alleged rape and other heinous behavior, countless stars have gotten in major trouble for treating women with disrespect.

Asked about this watershed moment in the country, Damon initially told Travers:

“I think it’s great. I think it’s wonderful that women are feeling empowered to tell their stories – and it’s totally necessary.”

But then he kept going, sticking his foot deeper and deeper into his mouth.

“I do believe there’s a spectrum of behavior,” he said, stating the obvious and missing the point of the #MeToo movement.

“There’s a difference between patting someone on the butt and rape or child molestation, right?

“Both of those behaviors need to be confronted and eradicated without question, but they shouldn’t be conflated.”

Minnie Driver, who co-starred with Damon in Good Will Hunting, immediately shook her head over Damon’s comments.

“There are so many men I love who do NOT frame the differentiation between sexual misconduct assault and rape as an excuse or worse- our problem. Such bollocks,” Driver Tweeted.

But Milano went even further.

Focusing especially on Damon’s assertion that men are being punished these days because we live in a “culture of outrage,” the actress took the actor to school.

She also explained why rape and the occasional sexist comment may be different, but they contribute to the same thing.

“Dear Matt Damon, It’s the micro that makes the macro,” Milano wrote to open her response.

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Continued Milano:

“We are in a ‘culture of outrage’ because the magnitude of rage is, in fact, overtly outrageous. And it is righteous.

“I have been a victim of each component of the sexual assault spectrum of which you speak. They all hurt.

“And they are all connected to a patriarchy intertwined with normalized, accepted–even welcomed– misogyny.”

We really can’t say any of this better than Milano, so we’re just gonna let her keep going…

We are not outraged because someone grabbed our asses in a picture. We are outraged because we were made to feel this was normal.

We are outraged because we have been gaslighted. We are outraged because we were silenced for so long.

There are different stages of cancer. Some more treatable than others. But it’s still cancer.

Sexual harassment, misconduct, assault and violence is a systemic disease. The tumor is being cut out right now with no anesthesia. Please send flowers. #MeToo

BOOM, right?

Game, set, match, Alyssa Milano.

Most people seem to agree that Damon meant no harm with his comments and that he was just trying to be understanding.

The thing is, he was trying to be understanding of the men, not the women.

The best thing men can do in this climate right now is simply listen.

The worst thing they can do, even the well-intentioned ones? Pretend they know best, as Damon did here.


Eminem Utterly Destroys Donald Trump in This Rap

Eminem has a few things he would like to say to Donald Trump.

At last night’s BET Hip Hop Awards, the rapper made a surprise appearance in a pre-taped freestyle cypher that made it clear he's been paying VERY close attention to the Trump administration.

And he has a few critiques.

For instance:

“We better give Obama props ’cause what we got in office now is a kamikaze that’ll probably cause a nuclear holocaust," Eminem says in reference to Trump's insane responses to North Korea of late.

What about the fact that Trump hired known white supremacist Steve Bannon as a strategist?

And that he basically defended neo-Nazis after their protest in Charlottesville this summer?

“From his endorsement of Bannon, support for the Klansmen, tiki torches in hand/For the soldier that’s black and comes home from Iraq and is still told to go back to Africa."

Of late, meanwhile, Trump has been attempting to please his base by slamming athletes who do not stand for the national anthem.

And Eminem has thoughts on this ridiculousness as well.

“Now, if you’re a black athlete, you’re a spoiled little brat for/Trying to use your platform or your stature to try to give those a voice who don’t have one…

"He gets an enormous reaction when he attacks the NFL, so we focus on that/Instead of talking Puerto Rico or gun reform for Nevada/All these horrible tragedies and he’s bored and would rather cause a Twitterstorm with the Packers.”

Practically out of breath, Eminem pauses to say the following:

“This is for Colin/Ball up a fist."

At one point, Eminem also calls out his own fan base.

And any fan of mine who's a supporter of his/I’m drawing in the sand a line/You're either for or against/And if you can't decide who you like more and you're split/On who you should stand beside/I’ll do it for you with this.

He then raises a middle finger to the camera.

Is Eminem the first celebrity to attack Donald Trump? God no.

But he doesn't speak out often, so his words carry an impact.

Moreover, he has a MASSIVE online following: the rapper's official Facebook page has more than 90 million Likes and his personal Twitter account has 21.3 million followers.

Watch his full takedown of Trump below and then prepare for the President to respond on Twitter in 3… 2… 1…

Eminem utterly destroys donald trump in this freestyle rap

Briana DeJesus Destroys Baby Daddies on Snapchat: You is a Deadbeat [Sic]!!

Teen Mom 2 newcomer Briana DeJesus has taken to Snapchat to put the men (term used loosely) who fathered her daughters on blast.

Never one to hold back with her emotions, as you know if you watch Teen Mom 2 online, Bri is really letting these two have it this time.

Those familiar with Briana from her 16 & Pregnant heyday know she gave birth to a daughter, Nova, with her ex-boyfriend Devoin Austin.

Devoin, to put it mildly, has not proven himself to be an upstanding individual over the years … and it appears history is repeating itself.

Briana recently joined the Teen Mom 2 cast and her storyline thus far in 2017 has involved her breakup with Luis Miguel … while pregnant.

DeJesus considered adoption for her second child, because she was so disappointed about going through the same sad pattern again.

Ultimately, she did not; Stella (below, with big sister Nova) was born and Briana is over the moon about having two daughters at home.

But that doesn’t mean she’s cool with their dads. At all.

This week, Briana took to social media to call out fans who have been relaying DeJesus’ thoughts on the kids’ dads to the dads online.

The 23-year-old pointedly told her fan base that she’s in charge of the situation, saving her harshest words for the two fathers personally.

“Don’t take photos of MY kids and put them on social media or send them in group chats to your friends and like you a dad,” she said.

“You is a deadbeat my guy [sic],” she posted.

She then told her fans to cool it with this directive: “And stop screenshotting my tweets and rants and sending them to my baby daddies.”

“They [are] fully aware they [are] deadbeats and know how I feel,” said Briana, who has never been shy about calling it like she sees it.

Just last month, Briana put Luis on BLAST for claiming that he made money for appearing on Teen Mom 2 (as he did earlier this summer).

At the same time he was getting paid for this, DeJesus said, he was failing to pay child support for the little girl he has no interest in.

Before her much-publicized return to MTV, she spoke candidly that she didn’t know quite what to expect from her relationship with Luis.

It only went downhill from there, it appears.

Luis was apparently dating another woman while they were together, and as we saw from the show, his excuses for this didn’t cut it.

It’s all very sad, because (unlike Kailyn Lowry and Chris Lopez, for example) they were very close once, and even talked about marriage.

Early this season, she was still optimistic.

“We’ve just been trying to figure it out for the sake of this baby,” she told MTV producers (who are a part of the show, on and off camera).

“He’s a lot older than me, he’s 31. We wanna move in together, hopefully I would like to get married, all this grownup stuff.”

Yeah. So much for that pipe dream.

All we can say for certain is this:

1. Use protection, kids, honestly;

2. If you’re going to ditch out on your baby mama, guys, you may want to take a hard look at your life. Snapchat shade-throwing is the least of your problems.


D. L. Hughley Destroys Kathy Griffin Haters, Where Was Your Outrage for Ted Nugent?! (VIDEO)

D.L. Hughley’s strongly defending Kathy Griffin’s beheading photo of President Trump – saying all these haters were dead silent when Ted Nugent threatened President Obama. The comedian was at LAX Friday when he labeled most of Kathy’s haters…