The artist also reflected on Trump's strategy of distracting from scandals by starting petty fights to pull focus from hurricane relief to Puerto Rico or gun control in the wake of the Las Vegas tragedy.
He also directly addressed Trump's recent stunts to stoke division and pour gasoline on existing racial tensions via the NFL.
Eminem even called out his fans who are supporters of Trump telling them to decide who they rather support and if its a draw and they can't decide then they get a big FU and a middle finger at the end.
"This is for Colin/ Ball up a fist", Eminem said, raising his own fist.
"Any fan of mine who's a supporter of his, I'm drawing in the sand a line - you're either for or against. In the following bar, Eminem says he hopes Trump's proposed border wall is made of bricks "cause I'm throwin" that piece of shit against the wall 'til it sticks". "We love our military and we love our country". In four minutes-plus video above, we see a hooded Eminem spitting rhymes that cover an enormous amount of ground in regards to the Trump administration.
The new verse that Eminem came up with on Tuesday will likely only fuel the rumors and confirmations of a forthcoming Eminem album, probably scheduled to drop in around November. There was no holding back here from Marshall Mathers, which has been his calling card throughout the years.
The cypher quickly had Eminem trending on Twitter in the United States, with much praise for his message coming from both fans and the hip-hop community.