The American rapper Eminem let it all loose with a bang at the National Rifle Association in the event of a music award show. The event took place in Southern California on Sunday. Eminem marked a grand performed accusing the gun rights lobbyists of being fond of their guns more than our kids.
The rapper, at the iHeartRadio Music Awards, performed on stage the new lyrics in Inglewood, the Detroit. Eminem was introduced by Big Sean, a fellow Detroit rapper along with Alex Moscou, a survivor of the huge shooting that occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida last month. 17 people were reportedly killed in the ruthless shooting. The survivor said in a statement that he with his fellow students had actually become exhausted of hearing the politicians sending their prayers and thoughts and to them rather than doing anything to make the crucial changes to prevent such incidents from occurring again.
The renowned rap star reportedly took an intense dive into the arena of politics starting from last year. His song “Untouchable” pounces on institutional racism and the privileges of the white. In the month of October, Eminem slammed the American President Donald Trump at the BET Hip Hop Awards in a blistering cypher, calling him to be a “kamikaze that would probably cause a nuclear holocaust.” In an interview in the month of December, he said that the President made his blood to boil. In another interview, in the month of January, the rapper said in a statement that a turd would have proved to be better as a President.
On Sunday, the White House released its proposition for the safety of schools in the realization of the shooting that took place in Parkland, Florida. The administration of president Trump is not assisting universal background check for the gun purchasers but would aid in funding for arming more teachers and staffs, putting in schools more guns. Both the positions are backed by the NRA that spent 30 million dollars assisting Trump and pouncing on his rival Hillary Clinton at the presidential campaign in the year 2016.
Donald Trump had advised increasing the minimum age from 18 to 21 to purchase an assault-style military weapon such as the one used in Parkland. Though there has been no longer any mention of the fact in the White House proposition.


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