Inspired by rapper Eminem, late night comedian Seth Meyers drew his own "line in the sand" between his show and supporters of President Donald Trump. Seth Meyers was inspired by Eminem's decision to draw a line in the sand between his fans that support Trump and those who don't, so Meyers chose to give his fans the ultimatum as well.
Democratic Rep. Keith Ellison (Minn.) told TMZ on Wednesday that he believes Eminem's rap against President Donald Trump makes an "important cultural contribution" and his work will help inspire more citizens to vote.More news: Sydney Woman Wrestles Shark, Throws It Out Of Rock Pool
Along with the praise and discussions that came with Eminem's verse in his BET Hip-Hop Awards cypher with Shady Records and Griselda Records, came an exciting new announcement. Or do you support this show, that constantly mocks and denigrates anything about him?
Seth Meyers also got in on the action, sharing his own quasi-rap: "Now, I'm not much of a rapper, but here it goes. You know Eminem could be the Colin Kaepernick of the rap world if he just keeps it up".More news: Liverpool determined not to lose Coutinho in January
Meyers wasn't the only host across the late night dial to address Marshall Mathers' rap, however, as Jimmy Kimmel also name-dropped the rapper in his opening monologue.More news: EasyJet plc (EZJ) Receives "Hold" Rating from Investec