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Eminem has a timely surprise for you – a politically-charged diss track slamming Donald Trump and racist pieces of garbage like George Zimmerman. 


And you thought you were gonna be watching the hot mess debate tonight. 

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The fab track is called Campaign Speech.

It features explicit lyrics like “Dressing George Zimmerman in a fluorescent orange dress and four inch heels/To address the court with a bull’s-eye on his back/His whole chest and torso left on the doorstep of Trayvon’s dad as a present for him.” 

It gets even better, though: about the current political climate, he continues, “And that’s what you wanted, a f–king loose cannon who’s blunt with his hand on the button who doesn’t have to answer to no one?” 

“Great idea,” he spat. 

“If I was President, getting off is the first order of business once I get in office.” 

Check out the video for more: 

If those aren’t chart-topping verses in our country’s current time of distress, we don’t know what is. 

Eminem shared the video on his Twitter page, and said that there’s absolutely more to come. 

“Don’t worry,” he wrote. 

“I’m working on an album! Here’s something meanwhile.” 

Fans, naturally, flipped out, as this is Eminem’s first release in a few years, since The Marshall Mathers LP 2 dropped in 2013. 

Last year, Eminem, though he didn’t release any new albums, made major headlines. 

In a freestyle rap, he attacked Caitlyn Jenner, Bill Cosby (totally reasonable), Donald Trump (also reasonable), and Miley Cyrus. 

One of the more memorable verses from the freestyle was “I’m f–ked worse than Donald Trump/On Lexapro in Mexico across from a Texaco in a McDonald’s drunk.”

“I invented p–ck, and that’s a true statement, I see the b-tch in you, Caitlyn/Keep the pistol tucked like Bruce Jenner’s d–k.”  


He later received a lot of negative attention for his presence on a Dr. Dre song, where he rapped about rape victims

“Ain’t no one safe from/non-believers, there ain’t none/even make the b-tches I rape c–.” 

No. Just no. 

Moving beyond, Shady also revealed his extensive history with drug abuse – as if it weren’t already evident – in a tell-all interview with Men’s Health

He said, “In 2007, I overdosed on pills, and I went into the hospital.” 

“I was close to 230 pounds,” he admitted. 

“I’m not sure how I got so big, but I have ideas. The coating on Vicodin and the Valium I’d been taking for years leaves a hole in your stomach, so to avoid a stomachache, I was constantly eating – and eating badly.” 

However, he initially went overboard with his post-overdose fitness regime, and said that he “got a little carried away.” 

“I became a f–king hamster,” he said. “Seventeen miles a day on a treadmill.” 

“I started getting OCD about the calories, making sure I burned 2,000 every day,” he admitted. 

“In the end, I got down to about 149 pounds.” 

“I ran to the point where I started to get injured,” he concluded. 

We’d say “Guess who’s back,” but we probably don’t have to.