NBC's Seth Meyers to Trump Supporters: Stop Watching My Show; "Go Away"

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"I was inspired by [Eminem]", the NBC host said.

Eminem's cypher - called "The Storm" - was delivered in a Detroit parking lot, and featured the rapper spewing lines at Trump, calling him a "b-" and slamming him for his comments about Charlottesville, as well as his recent attack on National Football League player protests.

Wednesday, Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) told TMZ that Eminem's rap video "The Storm", which is critical of President Donald Trump, was an "important cultural contribution". "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: F**k you, " read the lyrics.

To borrow Seth Myers' simplification of the overall gist of the four-minute spoken-word rant: You're either with Em or you're with Donald Trump. Fallon, Colbert, Meyers, and Corden all had some jokes about Eminem's now famous freestyle rap, from sketch gags to parodies.

As with any criticism of Trump, Eminem's diss was not short of high-profile supporters, with a number of musicians and athletes backing him up on social media.

James Corden also imagined Trump's rap-response to Eminem's diss track, which borrowed from "The Real Slim Shady".

Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick also thanked Eminem for including him in the rap.

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