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.
Eminem's video has already gone viral, for obvious reasons.
"Now the title of Eminem's rap was 'The Storm, ' so naturally Donald Trump reacted by throwing rolls of paper towels at him", Corden said, referencing Trump's visit to Puerto Rico where he was spotted throwing paper towels at a crowd.
James Corden also imagined Trump's rap-response to Eminem's diss track, which borrowed from "The Real Slim Shady".
Despite apparently winning the election and becoming president, huge and awesome U.S. leader Donald Trump has his fair share of detractors.
After playing the clip in which Trump called the rapper "a victor", Kimmel added, "Not anymore, I guess".
Meyers joked that he isn't much of a rapper, but had created his own rap to his fans that support Trump.
Although he admitted he wasn't quite as skilled of a rapper, Seth gave it his best shot anyway: "My name is Seth and I'm here to say, if you like Trump then go away", he declared.
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.
National Football League star Colin Kaepernick took to Twitter to thank Slim Shady for his shoutout in the freestyle.
"Used to be a big Eminem fan".