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Watch Eminem Hype The Crowd At The Pistons' First Game Back In Detroit

Watch Eminem Hype The Crowd At The Pistons' First Game Back In Detroit

Eminem made a surprise appearance during the Detroit Pistons first game back in Detroit against the Charlotte Hornets. Accompanied by his song “Lose Yourself,” Eminem introduced the Pistons while the crowd up.

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“Welcoming back, for the first time in almost 40 years, to our city, to my city, to your city, make some noise for the Detroit Pistons,” Eminem said. “Let’s go.”

The game, which took place Wednesday night (October 18), was the first time in 40 years that the Pistons have played in Detroit, with the basketball team having played at The Palace of Auburn Hills for the past four decades. The team returned to Detroit to mark the unveiling of the brand new Little Caesars Arena that was built in the city. The Pistons ended up winning their game against the Hornets, with the final score being 102-90.

Eminem recently dropped a surprise freestyle during BET’s annual Hip-Hop Awards ceremony where he called out Donald Trump, as well as his fans who support the current president.

“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,” Eminem concluded the freestyle with.

The freestyle left Eminem fans who are also Trump supporters feeling some type of way. Following the performance, a Reddit thread titled “Huge Eminem fan and a Trump supporter” sprung up.

“I guess I fall into this category…I mean I really only ‘support’ trump because my family does. (Hell even they only voted for the guy because he’s republican, they also think he is an idiot),” one user wrote. “But at the end of the day, I don’t think it’s possible for me to give any less of a f**k about politics. I don’t listen to Eminem for politics. I let the news do that. I listen to Em for catchy beats and insane raps, as any normal human being should. If you love politics that’s fine, but let’s not have it overtake someone’s career.”


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