Eminem Destroys Moron Donald Trump In BET Cypher Freestyle [VIDEO]

The 2017 BET Hip-Hop Awards went down tonight. While awards were distributed, word to Cardi B, the talk of the Internets is the BET Cypher freestyle that Eminem kicked. 

No beat, just slanderous bars from Slim Shady aimed at the orange-hued dome of Moron in Chief, Donald Trump.

“Trump when it comes to giving a shit, your stingy as I am/except when it comes to having the balls to go against me you hide ’em’/Cause you don’t got the f*ckin’ nuts, like an empty asylum,” spits Em.

The Detroit MC hits all the points—trying to build border walls, stirring up trouble on Twitter to distract, doing all the ish he said Hillary Clinton would do, etc.

Peep the fiery flow, and real talk, below.

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Donald Trump Is The Real Son Of A B*tch [EDITORIAL]

Donald Trump’s words at an Alabama rally Friday night (Sept. 22) for Sen. Luther Strange was a chance for the former business mogul to attack not only Black athletes but anyone who dares to stand against inequality and oppression. In a classic abuse of power, the President of the United States effectively declared war on the nation’s citizens and their freedom to peacefully demonstrate or criticize its leaders, even as they prove themselves to have the decency of a pile of dust.

“Get that son of a b*tch off the field right now. – President Donald Trump”

While most world leaders use public airtime to address important issues or to rally a positive cause, Trump opened his speech in Alabama Friday by blasting peacefully protesting NFL players then adding false motives to their gesture.

Time and again, Colin Kaepernick and others have explained that the protest is aimed at calling attention to police brutality, the lack of equal rights, and injustices many people of color face in this nation. For Trump and others to frame the protests as a dig at patriotism and the military helps stoke the very fires of the woefully ignorant flock that managed to get him elected. It’s cowardly. It’s low. It cheapens the what being president should stand for.

Instead of speaking in loving support of those affected by the storms in Puerto Rico or other pertinent matters, Twitter Fingers Trump used this Saturday morning to snatch away an invite to the White House to the Golden State Warriors that apparently never existed. Reacting to Warriors All-Star Stephen Curry’s Friday comments that he’d vote “no” if Trump and his cronies actually had the stones to invite them, the tweet was yet another childish response from the petulant Commander-in-Chief.

Trump using his powerful platform to hurl threats, insults, and whip his base into a frenzy of misguided negativity does nothing but prove the fact why athletes and entertainers have turned to speaking out, as ESPN anchor Jemele Hill did recently. The criticism Trump has received and the protests around the country aren’t happening for unsubstantiated reasons. America has a race problem, and instead of calling out so-called sons of b*tches for made-up reasons, perhaps Trump needs to take a look in the mirror to realize who the real son of a b*tch is.

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Donald Trump Says NFL Owners Should Kick Black “Sons Of B*tches” Off The Field For Protesting The National Anthem

Donald Trump Says NFL Owners Should Fire Flag Protesters

Yall’s president came out his face to suggest that NFL players who dare use their first amendment rights and general freedom of choice to decide not to stand up for the national anthem at games should be fired by league owners. Oh, and he also made a point to call their mothers out of their names, because of course, he did.

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Wow, such presidential language used to suggest that African Americans ought to lose their jobs over protesting for change in a system that doesn’t favor people that look like them. SMH.

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Floyd Mayweather Says “P*ssy Grabbing” Donald Trump Was Speaking Like A Real Man

Floyd Mayweather is a great boxer, but everything else is debatable. Case in point, Money just condoned Donald Trump’s p*ssy grabbing rhetoric, saying that’s how a real man speaks. 

We’re not kidding.

Mayweather dropped this doozy while on Hollywood Unlocked.

Said Mayweather, “He speak like a real man spoke [sic]. Real men speak like, ‘Man, she had a fat ass. You see her ass? I had to squeeze her ass. I had to grab that fat ass.’ Right? this girl I was talking to… So he talking locker room talk.”

He added, “I’m the man, you know what I’m saying? You know who I am. Yeah, I grabbed her by the p***y. And?”

You knew it was all downhill when Mayweather said no one mentioned Donald Trump being racist before he ran for President. You may want to Google that, Floyd.

See the struggle below.

Also, rapists and abusers talk about women that way. Just saying.

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Rams’ Donald won’t discuss contract status after holdout

Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald refused to speak about his contract status Wednesday after returning to the team before its season opener against the Indianapolis Colts.

Donald was rendered inactive for the game, ostensibly due to his absence during the preseason as he held out for a new deal. He is expected to play Week 2 against the Washington Redskins.

"The way I chose to handle to handle it is the way I chose to handle it. And I'm here now," Donald said Wednesday, according to NFL Network's Andrew Siciliano.

Donald is the Rams' best defensive player by a significant margin, but his club didn't miss him too much Sunday in a 46-9 rout of the Colts.

The 26-year-old is widely considered the NFL's best defensive tackle after earning three consecutive Pro Bowl selections and two consecutive appointments to the All-Pro first team.

Donald will earn $ 1.8 million in base salary during the 2017 season and holds a $ 3.2-million cap hit.

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Rams’ Donald ends holdout, reports to team absent new deal

Aaron Donald's holdout has come to an end.

The Los Angeles Rams‘ defensive tackle reported to the team facility Saturday and passed a physical, the team announced.

Donald had stayed away from the team throughout training camp and preseason in hopes of landing a new contract. He was set to be fined and deducted a signing bonus if his holdout extended into the regular season. Those fines will not be imposed as a result of his appearance at the team facility, Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reports.

Despite his appearance, Donald has not yet earned a new deal and will not suit up for the Rams' Week 1 game against the Indianapolis Colts. The two sides will continue with negotiations, however.

Donald is considered one of the league’s premier players after accumulating 28 sacks in his first three seasons. He’s still playing on his rookie contract, however, one that pays him only $ 1.8 million in base salary for the 2017 season. The Rams picked up the $ 6.8-million fifth-year option in his contract, but he remains woefully underpaid for his production.

Despite his wish to be paid, teammates suggested it would be hard for Donald to stay away for an extended period of time.

New Rams head coach Sean McVay also held out hope Donald would end the impasse in time for him to play in Sunday’s game, before finally conceding Friday that his player wouldn’t be available.

Donald’s presence is essential for a Los Angeles team hoping to take a step forward in quarterback Jared Goff‘s second year under center.

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Rams’ McVay: ‘It’s safe to say’ holdout Donald won’t play Week 1

Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay acknowledged Friday that Aaron Donald‘s holdout will almost certainly extend past the first week of the regular season.

“It’s safe to say he won’t be part of this game,” McVay said of the star defensive tackle ahead of Sunday’s season opener versus the Indianapolis Colts, according to Gary Klein of the Los Angeles Times.

Donald was absent from the team throughout training camp and the preseason while demanding a new deal that would, presumably, make him one of the highest-paid defensive players in the league.

The 26-year-old is in the fourth year of his rookie contract. The team has already exercised its fifth-year option on the three-time Pro Bowler, keeping him under control through next season.

Donald has registered 115 tackles and 28 sacks over his first three NFL campaigns, playing in all 16 contests each year. He had 35 tackles and eight sacks a season ago.

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