Redman In the Criticism Of Eminem's trump Diss: "Fuck All That Shit"

HipHop News Posted on October 21, 2017 at 2:18am

Redman In the Criticism Of Eminem's trump Diss: "Fuck All That Shit"

Funk Doc's not having it.

Eminem title making of the thesis of Donald Trump in the 2017 BET Hip Hop Awards has not only been received with criticism of the president's supporters, but also some Hip Hop fans that had a problem with the technical aspect of Slim Shady. A person who is bothered by the latter is Redman, who had nothing but love for Marshall Mathers' Trump takedown in a new interview with BET.

"The delivery was great for me," Redman said. "It wasn't bad. I have not read the comments as I said, but what I saw of him and talking with him yesterday on how to ... when Eminem do something, is not just a song. It is not only a freestyle. It is a statement. Even the way he talks, it's a statement. He speaks with the state of things. Not just to be talking shit. Not only to have a band of words that come out of your mouth and not say. He likes to state when he talk. He likes to get the point across the board heavy, just as I do."

Redman expressed his admiration for Eminem, praising the rap superstar for the use of the platform to make a statement.

"As I have seen that BET cypher, I'm like, 'Wow,'" he continued. "You know, Eminem could have gone up there and fainted in rhymes with the flow and killed that shit. But he felt like a person of your color, your color to represent us in the BET with a rhyme by writing to the president. Y'all gotta understand that, okay? He is not black. He is white. We all know that.

"But he has the power, and he used his power in that BET cypher to make a statement for us, as a people, like all of us, as a people, but especially for us. And all, no one must respect the man for that, because he didn't have to do it. Even many of us who do not step outside of the box and did what you did and took the opportunity to use that platform in the BET cypher to do a muthafuckin' statement."

The Funk Doc had no hairs on the tongue when it pushes back against Eminem's critics. Reggie Noble rule out all criticism in a forceful manner.

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